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Ice Cube And Kevin Hart Talk Ride Along

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Having already grossed upwards of $130m, Ride Along has rapidly become one of the surprise hits in recent years at the US box-office.

Some of the action comedy's runaway success must be credited to its inspired lead pairing: regular Hollywood heavyweight Ice Cube playing a surly-faced maverick detective, and US stand-up sensation Kevin Hart as the bumbling, prospective brother-in-law the Atlanta lawman takes on an action-packed ride along once he finds out he’s about to propose to his sister.

A throwback to the golden era of buddy cop films, the pair share sparkling chemistry, and, judging by their contrasting answers when we sat them down for a rather amusing chat ahead of the film's UK release, it seems the two men are as much ‘good cop and bad cop’ off the screen as they are on it.

To find out who is who, you'll have to click the interview below, complete with an exclusive clip of the film.

Ride Along is out in cinemas nationwide from today

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