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Watch: Ben Foster’s Lance Armstrong is Calm, Cool and Deceptive in New ‘The Program’ Clip

Watch: Ben Foster's Lance Armstrong is Calm, Cool and Deceptive in New 'The Program' Clip

Looking to provide an in depth view of the Lance Armstrong scandal is “The Program,” an exploration of the shocking doping deception behind the Tour de France winner’s success and the people who worked to uncover the truth. Featuring performances from Ben Foster, Chris O’Dowd, Dustin Hoffman, Jesse Plemons and Lee Pace, the film promises an intimate look at the controversy that shook the nation. 

READ MORE: Watch: Uncover the Lies of Lance Armstrong in Gripping ‘The Program’ Trailer 

Based on the book “Seven Deadly Sins” by David Walsh and directed by “Philomena” filmmaker Stephen Frears, “The Program” is a suspenseful thriller that details the decline of one of the most iconic athletes of our time. In the latest clip from the film, Foster’s Armstrong is cooly calculated in the face of growing suspicion about his training practices, foreshadowing the groundbreaking discoveries to come. 

“The Program” is set to hit theaters next year. Watch the gripping clip above. 

READ MORE: “Lance Armstrong Drama ‘The Program’ Unveiled as Austin Film Festival Closing Night Film 

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