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Rami Malek rumoured to be cast as the next Bond villain

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Rami Malek rumoured to be cast as the next Bond villain

Rami Malek rumoured to be cast as the next Bond villain

Oscar winning actor Rami Malek is set to sign as the lead villain in the latest James Bond movie.

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