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We can't believe British screen legend Gary Oldman hasn't received a knighthood yet.

The man's a genius, and most recently won the Best Actor - Drama gong at The Golden Globes 2018 for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. What an accolade.

In our latest episode of LADs On Film, he recounts the hilarious anarchic antics of Harrison Ford on the set of 1997 thriller Air Force One.

With the film's aircraft set riddled with signs reading no smoking/eating/drinking, Gary saw Harrison disobeying the rules - and it's clear zero f*cks were given:

"One day when I looked around, he [Harrison] was standing in the doorway beneath the signs. He was drinking a coffee, eating a burrito and smoking a cigar. He was doing all three."

Harrison - you were one rule break away from an ASBO, sir.

According to Gary, that was his favourite moment on a film set. That would probably be topping our list too if we'd witnessed it.

Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman, hits UK cinemas on January 12.

Drew Middleton

Drew Middleton is a Marketing Executive at LADbible Group, based in London. He graduated from The University of Kent with a BA in English Language and Linguistics in 2014. Drew was notably a former Digital Editor/Writer at ZOO Magazine and FHM, part of Bauer Media. He's also a film buff and Chelsea FC fan.

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