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Partridge Movie - First Pics

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Some pictures have emerged from the set of the new Alan Partridge movie, and they are truly wonderful.

They show AP brandishing an air rifle and marching around Cromer Pier.

The film will see Steve Coogan's character attempt to "salvage his public career while negotiating a potentially violent turn of events".

Kevin Loader, a producer on the movie, told the BBC: "Alan has finally decided the time is right to make the jump to the big screen.

"Cromer Pier is such a gorgeous, historic, architectural landmark.

"We felt that to do the movement to the big screen justice we needed something that would register properly cinematically and I think Cromer Pier will do that job brilliantly."

The Alan Partridge Movie will be released later this year

Images: Rex

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