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Andy Serkis shared the brilliant clip of him mocking Theresa May
The Lord of the Rings star shared a "leaked" video from inside 10 Downing Street.

Gollum actor Andy Serkis has ridiculously trolled Theresa May over her Brexit agreement.

The motion capture star shared a "leaked" video from inside 10 Downing Street.

The almost 3-minute-long clip shows Serkis combine both Gollum, a fictional character from Lord of the Rings, with the Prime Minister.


The parody video, which was posted on the "We Wants It " Facebook page is captioned: "We's in a nasty mess my precioussss...and there's only one way out....We wants it. We neeeeds it!"

Serkis can be seen dressed up in a silver wig identical to the Prime Minister's hair, makeup and a blue women's blazer.
But in contrast, Gollum's bulging eyes and creepy facial expressions can be seen throughout.

The clip opens with a political staffer handing Theresa May her Brexit agreement, to which she reacts with Gollum's trademark "precious". The creature continues, getting more ominous with every sentence: "This is out, we takes back control. Money. Borders. Laws. Blue passportsses."
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The video showing Theresa May as Gollum has been viewed thousands of times
At this point, Gollum switches to his kinder counter-part Sméagol - who questions: "But what about the people, it makes them poorer?"

Serkis immediately snaps back to the Gollum version of Theresa May: "I finds it, I negotiates it, we wants it."

She continues to mock the "stupid, tricksy remainers" in a back and forth with her alter-ego - before eventually holding up a version of the Prime Minister's deal, likening it to the ring from Lord of the Rings.

The clip then fades to black, before adding the caption: "The People's Vote. We Wants It."
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The video has been shared more than 1500 times in just over an hour, receiving more than 18,000 views already.

And members of the public were quick to comment on the trolling effort on Facebook.

Ian Onions said: "Andy Serkis just won the internet. For ever."

Joy McDaniel added: "I'll never see Teresa May the same again".

And Andrew Squires said: "This is, quite frankly, the best thing ever!"