CELTIC legend Murdo McLeod has landed a new role - as a policeman in a Hollywood film

The former Hoops star was given a part in upcoming movie It's Not Over, with his scenes shot outside Hamilton's Avonbridge Hotel. 

He was made a policeman for the flick, which stars Celtic-daft Gianni Capaldi, Christopher Lambert and Polish actress Weronika Rosati. 

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It's the second time Murdo, who won five league titles during his time at Parkhead, has played a cop on film, having previously featured in 2017's Isolani. 

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The former Scotland international told the Daily Record: "I'm delighted to be in the film and I must look like a policeman cause I keep getting asked to be one.

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"It's a wee dabble a wee bit of fun. At football you knew what time you were turning up at.

"If you were playing at 3pm you'd turn up to play for 3pm, but with movie work you turn up and it goes on all day."