MOLLY’S GAME is based on the true story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic-class skier who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons.Her players included Hollywood royalty, sports stars, business titans and finally, unbeknownst to her, the Russian mob.

News."It's been going on for around six weeks," says a source. They have actually known each other a while through mutual friends and would sometimes bump into one another at industry events, but it has only just turned into something more.""He is obviously really smart..Kristin is very intelligent, too," adds the source.

"They have a lot to talk about."The couple, who have both been open about past substance abuse struggles and their subsequent sobriety, have "been out quite a few times on both coasts," according to a source.

“So many people would flip but if the couple at some point announced they were engaged I’d be happy,” tweeted one fan. On Wednesday, Aaron Sorkin’s rep said “no comment” when asked whether the 56-year-old screenwriter was tying the knot.

Aaron Sorkin penned a heartfelt letter to his 15-year-old daughter Roxy following Donald Trump’s presidential victory.

The screenwriter told the Hollywood Reporter that he has a standing offer from NBC to make a reboot of the hugely successful political drama, which ran for seven seasons between 19.

In it's seven years on the air, the show followed the administrations of two fictional democratic presidents, the first of which was played by Martin Sheen.Sorkin has been linked with several celebrities, including Kristin Davis and Kristin Chenoweth."The Farnsworth Invention," original drama; written by Aaron Sorkin; original music by Andrew Lippa; with Hank Azaria (portraying David Sarnoff); Jimmi Simpson (portraying Philo T.Sorkin, whose screenplay for creator was married to Julia Bingham from 1996 to 2005.He's also been romantically linked to Kristin Chenoweth.Abject dumbness was glamorized as being ‘the fresh voice of an outsider’ who’s going to ‘shake things up.’ (Did anyone bother to ask how? Economists are predicting a deep and prolonged recession.