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New Selfless Trailer With Ryan Reynolds And Ben Kingsley

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'Gandhi and Van Wilder together at last!' is how they really should be selling Selfless, the new psychological thriller starring Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds. But they're not.

They've gone with the more traditional route of making a trailer that will obviously be better than the actual film.

In it, Sir Ben is a wealthy businessman who's not overly enthused about having terminal cancer, so decides to upgrade his body to the Reynolds model. A wise choice until the not-predictable-at-all identity crisis starts ballsing everything up.

Who could possibly have known that switching brains would be so dangerous...


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