“I punched it on the nose!”: Idris Elba talks fighting lions in new thriller ‘Beast’

"i punched it on the nose! ": idris elba talks fighting lions in new thriller 'beast'

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FIlm icon Idris Elba takes NME through his brand new blockbuster, ‘Beast’, and tells us why poaching is one of the world’s biggest problems.

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