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  • "I was hesitant to play another quote-unquote mob guy," he says. "You know, I've played a lot of these guys, and so I'm getting to a place where I want to play different people. This is kind of a guy who's a culmination of everybody I've played at the end. This is like the last nail in the coffin."

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  • The relationship between the two nations has come a long way, he said, "We have a complicated relationship, but we're not bound by that history."

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