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US comedian and actor Kevin Hart on new autobiography

COMEDIAN, actor and self-confessed workaholic Kevin Hart may be just 5ft 4in but he is a towering figure in the entertainment world, thanks to his sell-out stand-up tours and box office success with films such as Central Intelligence and Get Hard.

Full throttle: Baby Driver delivers high octane thrills

IN 2003, before he licked the 'Cornetto trilogy' of Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End, director Edgar Wright staged a comical bank robbery in the music video for dance duo Mint Royale's catchy Blue Song.

Boys in de hood: Irish crime flick Cardboard Gangsters reviewed

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THEY say crime doesn't pay: however, for some of those living hand to mouth on Dublin's Darndale housing estate in Mark O'Connor's stylish low-budget crime flick Cardboard Gangsters, a little low-level drug dealing is often the only way to make ends meet.

Also released: Churchill, Fireman Sam: Alien Alert and Whitney: Can I Be Me

CHURCHILL (PG, 98 mins) ARRIVING several months ahead of director Joe Wright's Oscar-tipped biopic of Sir Winston Churchill with Gary Oldman as the cigar-puffing statesman, Jonathan Teplitzky's film casts Brian Cox as the bombastic British prime minister during one of the most turbulent periods of his leadership: the D-Day landings.

Essential documentary: Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans

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NOW available on DVD, Blu-ray and download, this documentary from directors John McKenna and Gabriel Clarke examines the turbulent making of Steve McQueen's 1971 box office flop Le Mans, his passion project set at the famous 24 hour race in France.

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