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Full trailer for The Iron Lady

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Hoping to pull of a King's Speech style success (it even has the same January release date), The Iron Lady has a lot going for it.

Starring Oscar-magnet Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher and co-starring Jim Broadbent, it's a much-anticipated drama, detailing the life and times of one of the UK's most controversial political figures.

Ignoring the fact that it comes from the director of Mamma Mia!, we expect stirring, if rather troubling, stuff.

The film opens in the UK on January 6th and the full trailer can be seen below:

(Image: All Star)

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