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Inuendo-filled new trailer for Man from Uncle

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James who?

Earlier this year we had our first extended look at Guy Ritchie's take on the sixties TV spy classic. Things blew up, jokes was cracked and everyone looked like they were having a thoroughly good clandestine time. 

The newest trailer adds a touch more of the "geezer" flavour that Ritchie's brand is known for - slick characters with slicker innuendos. The tension that emerges between the unhappy partnership of CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) and KGB agent Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) looks to provide ample atmosphere for spy vs spy wisecracking, while a plethora of femme fatales look far more dangerous than the chaps holding the guns.

SPECTRE looks like it's got some competition stiffer than a vodka martini. 

The Man From U.N.C.L.E is out in cinemas from 14 August

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