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Anthony Mackie

Anthony Mackie
30 Nov 2020
American actor Anthony Mackie will star and produce an upcoming Netflix action-thriller film "The Ogun". In the film, Mackie stars as a man called Xavier Rhodes, who travels to Nigeria with his teenage daughter in order to seek a cure for a rare genetic illness that she has inherited from him. But while they are…
5 Nov 2019
Apple has unveiled one of its first few TV+ movies with a trailer for "The Banker". Based on a true story, The Banker tells the tale of Bernard Garr and Joe Morris, respectively played by Mackie and Jackson (who are teaming back up after their Marvel Cinematic Universe exploits). The entrepreneurs developed a bold plan…

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Spain will "strengthen judicial control" over its secret services in the wake of a scandal over the hacking of the mobile phones of top politicians, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Thursday.
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