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‘The Square’s’ Claes Bang Makes the Case for Why He Should Play James Bond

The debonair Dane who drew raves for his performance in ‘The Square’ talks to Ira Madison about the campaign to get him cast as Bond and how he’d bring ‘fun’ back to the franchise.
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