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Rami Malek In Talks To Join Denzel Washington In ‘Little Things’

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Rami Malek In Talks To Join Denzel Washington In ‘Little Things’

Rami Malek In Talks To Join Denzel Washington In ‘Little Things’

The 38-year-old actor is reportedly in negotiations to join the 64-year-old Hollywood legend in the forthcoming flick, which is being written by John Lee Hancock.

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