Two years ago Michael Lewis’ book, The Blindside, was turned into a motion picture. $300 million and an Oscar for Sandra Bullock later, Michael Lewis became a hot commodity in Hollywood. Lewis’ best book is widely considered as Moneyball, an inside look into the Oakland A’s during the early 2000’s. Now Hollywood is hoping this is another hit. With Brad Pitt starring as Billy Beane (the A’s risk taking general manager) in Aaron Sorkin’s (see: The Social Network) screenplay supported by stars Robin Wright Penn, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Jonah Hill, this movie is sure to be a hit.