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rapper 50 Cent, will join "Spy," once known as "Susan Cooper." Mc Carthy plays Cooper, the titular CIA analyst who heads out into the field for the first time.
It's unclear how Jackson will factor into the plot of the film, but THR reports that the rapper-actor will play himself.
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Melissa Mc Carthy's spy comedy has a new name and a new, unlikely costar.
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Hoult and Stewart give exceptional performances as Silas and Nia, and it's the authenticity of their performances that makes , as Doremus put it, an emotional film rather than an intellectual one.
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