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Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom Teaser

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Things are hotting up for the the sure-to-be epic Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom film.

Starring the incredible Idris Elba as the South African icon (who remains very unwell in hospital) and Naomie Harris as his former wife, Winnie it tells the story of Mandela’s life, from his childhood in a rural village through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected President of South Africa.

There is a limited release in the States starting November 29 and here's the UK's first teaser. It's out here in January.

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