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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Is A Washed-Up Ex-Punk In This Exclusive Ordinary World Clip

In 'Ordinary World,' Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is a washed-up ex-punk who gave up stage-diving for fatherhood. Watch our exclusive clip from the film.
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