Here's The Poster For The David Brent Movie

Basically just a chilled out entertainer

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It worked for Alan Partridge, now Ricky Gervais fans will be hoping David Brent's big screen debut - out this August - proves a worthy addition to the story of one the greatest comedy characters of all time (we think it will).

In the meantime, here is the first poster from the film which confirms little more than Brent's trademark goatee and slight paunch have survived the transition to the big screen.

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The film sees Brent go on tour with his band Foregone Conclusion, while juggling his career as a travelling sales rep peddling cleaning products.

The poster follows news that 'Brent' will be releasing a songbook to coincide with the release of the film, that will reveal the stories behind classics such as 'Slough', 'Lady Gypsy' and of course, 'Equality Street':

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