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An Exclusive clip of Simon Pegg’s Man Up

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All the way down to an exclusive clip of Simon Pegg’s new comedy Man Up, which shows precisely how awkward dating in the modern world can be.

Although we should point out Pegg’s divorced Londoner doesn’t use Tinder to woo Lake Bell’s singleton. Rather he accidentally meets her believing she’s a blind date, she plays along, and needless to say the rest is highly farcical.

In the exclusive clip below, in which Bell’s character is rumbled, the pair have a big argument involving plenty of zingers in a public place. But will they get together at the end?

We hope not. We have money on a Match.com-endorsed sequel.

Man Up hits UK cinemas from 29 May

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