If you're like me, you're constantly writing to Paramount and TriStar demanding to know when the life of Ryan Leaf will be made into a movie. Put away that spec script, because it's already here. Filmmaker Tim Carr has made Leaf, an 82-minute film about the former Chargers quarterback, which, according to his MySpace page, is in "limited release." I guess that's true, because tonight it will be screened at the San Diego Library. OK, Deadspin Nation San Diego; time to mobilize. If anyone can get to this screening and give us a report, you will be handsomely rewarded.
Carr, a Woody Allen fan who has acted himself — he had the role of "Robert's friend" in Rocky Balboa — will not actually be at tonight's 6:30 p.m. screening. He's busy re-editing the ending of Leaf to incorporate his subject's resignation as an assistant coach at West Texas A&M. Yes, that West Texas A&M.