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Ray Winstone Talks Noah

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Ray Winstone is the no-nonsense, tough-talking East End actor who achieved worldwide recognition with his role in 2000's Sexy Beast.

His latest role sees him going Biblical on us, by playing the plotting Tubal-Cain in the new, truly epic, Darren Aronofsky movie Noah.

We spoke to Ray about Biblical villains, England's World Cup chances and found out which animal he'd have thrown off the ark.

Noah is in cinemas April 4th

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