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Madonna hints Julia Fox might star in her biopic after they dined with Kanye West

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She has reportedly been searching for an actress to portray her in a biopic charting her rise to pop stardom.And Madonna hinted that Julia Fox might be in the running for a part in the rumored film in photos she posted to Instagram on Thursday.The 63-year-old musical icon shared a set of playful image of herself at the 31-year-old Uncut Gems star from their dinner Wednesday night with Julia's boyfriend Kanye West.

Rising star: Madonna, 63, hinted in an Instagram post from Thursday that Kanye West's new girlfriend Julia Fox might be in the running for a role in her long-gestating biopicMadonna and Julia had their hands all over each other in a photo of the two spread out on a beige sofa in the 1920s-themed LA eatery Delilah.The Material Girl wore a long-sleeve white dress, which rode up to show off her black fishnet stockings.

She added a red harness over her chest for a contrast and rocked an edgy pair of black combat boots.Julia showcased her toned tummy in a sizzling black leather crop top with long sleeves and matching black gloves.She matched her top with her slim black leather pants and added some gloss with patent leather stilettos.

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