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Dua Lipa and Ariana DeBose star in ‘Argylle’ trailer

Argylle” has an all star cast. The spy film, directed by Matthew Vaughn, has released its first trailer, showing plenty of action, comedy, and a roster of talented actors helmed by Henry Cavill, who sports a really weird haircut. Ariana DeBose’s BAFTA performance is defended by the show’s producerWatch Ariana DeBose make her Marvel debut in ‘Kraven the Hunter’Marc Anthony & Ariana DeBose perform together at the Maestro Cares galaThe trailer teases some of the story of the film, including the fact that Cavill plays a fictional spy called Argylle, who’s the figment of Elly Conway’s (Bryce Dallas Howard) imagination.

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This is the public’s choice to play the next James Bond
Idris Elba has been named as the UK’s top choice to play the next James Bond, according to a new poll.Conducted by William Hill Vegas, the nationwide survey polled 3,500 Bond fans, asking them to name their ideal pick to take over from Daniel Craig, whose tenure as 007 came to an end with No Time To Die.Elba, who has previously been linked with the role, emerged at the very top of the list with 17.5 percent of the public’s vote.His fellow long-term frontrunner Tom Hardy came just behind on 16.6 percent, narrowly ahead of Henry Cavill on 16.5 percent.However, those wishing to see any of these three actors take up the mantle of 007 are likely to be disappointed, given that franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have previously stated that the next actor will need to be in their early 30s, and be able to commit to the role for at least 10 year.One of the current favourites to become the next Bond is 33-year-old Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who recently refused to rule out the casting.Elsewhere in William Hill Vegas’ survey, fans were also asked to vote for their all-time favourite Bond movie.Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig, topped the list with 17.5 percent of the vote, far ahead of the second-placed Goldfinger (8.5 percent), starring the late Sean Connery.