Hollywood races to make a film about Tiger Woods' womanising

Tiger Woods’ womanising has seen the golfer fall from grace in the public eye, but now his antics could be made into a film.

Hollywood producers are keen to tell the story of the married father-of-two, who has been linked to 14 different women in the past two months, in a made-for-TV movie.

Jerry Maguire star, Oscar-winning Cuba Gooding Jr, 41, is said to be one of those being lined-up to play the golfer.

Cuba Gooding
Tiger Woods

Life story: Cuba Gooding Jr (left) is said to be being lined up to play Tiger Woods

Woods' clean-cut family man’s image was shattered after he crashed a car outside his luxury Florida home in November.

Since then, numerous women, ranging from a waitress to a porn star, have come forward to claim they had an affair with the golfer.

Woods, 34, has been keeping a low profile. However, his wife Elin Nordegren, 30, has reportedly filed for divorce – allegedly seeking half of his £600million fortune.

Tiger Woods

Before the fall: Woods pictured with his wife Elin Nordegren last year

Rachel Uchitel

'Affair':  Rachel Uchitel was reportedly seen holding hands with Woods

A source in Los Angeles told the Daily Star: ‘It will make a great movie as people love to see someone fall from the top and try to pick up the pieces of their life.

‘Tiger’s scandal just proves the world’s biggest sportsman is human.

‘Now the race is on to make the film while the public is still interested in the story.’

Reports in the U.S. claim Woods was spotted holding hands with his alleged first mistress, Rachel Uchitel, 34, during a party at a Palm Beach mansion, after revelations of his infidelities broke.

The alleged affairs are claimed to have cost Woods millions, after he was dropped by major sponsors, including phone giant AT&T.

However, Nike, Woods' biggest backer, has said that it will stand by the golfing star.



 

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