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Rami Malek Convinced He Was Pranked With Email From Robert Downey Jr.

AceShowbiz Wednesday, 15 January 2020
The 'Dolittle' co-stars reminisce how they got to become friends when sitting down for an interview on the January 14 episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
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Rami Malek was convinced he was at the receiving end of an email prank when he was first contacted by Robert Downey Jr. to co-star in new movie Dolittle.

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