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Real buddies, real laughs, real trouble, fake cops – Let’s Be Cops arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 26th December from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

The danger is real, the criminals are real and the ladies are real but the only thing that is fake is best buddies Ryan (Jake Johnson: New GirlSafety Not Guaranteed) and Justin’s (Damon Wayans Jr: Happy EndingsNew Girl) LAPD badges and uniforms!

Down and out pals Ryan and Justin mistake a masquerade ball with a costume party and turn up in cop gear. However their embarrassment quickly turns to delight when they realise the attention they now receive from people, and most importantly the ladies who think they are real cops.  Lapping up the attention, they take on the LAPD role but with fake jobs, come real trouble, and soon the buddies are embroiled in the criminal underworld with nothing but their wits, and fake guns, to help them. Starring a sultry Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries, The Perks of Being a Wallflower) and a sinister Andy Garcia (The GodFather: Part III, The Untouchables)Let’s Be Cops is a high speed action comedy supplying the tension and the laughs in high doses.

Go undercover into this comedy with exclusive Blu-ray and DVD extras including audio commentaries, featurettes and a gallery.

DVD Product Details

Release date:                    26 December 2014

Certificate:                          15

Run time:                            104 mins

Price:                                     £24.99 Blu-ray / £19.99 DVD

Blu-ray Special features:

  • Audio Commentaries by Director Luke Greenfield and Co-Writer Nicholas Thomas
  • Deleted And Alternate Scenes
  • Let’s Be Cops Camera Test
  • Real Funny
  • Brothers In Blue
  • Gallery

DVD Special features:

  • Audio Commentaries by Director Luke Greenfield and Co-Writer Nicholas Thomas
  • Brothers In Blue
  • Gallery
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