In this age of teasers announcing teasers announcing trailers, it's almost a miracle to come across a fuss-free #trailer that is just so good you'd even watch that for 2 hours instead of the movie itself. Then Fox Searchlight dropped their red band trailer for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, an epic adventure of cops and crimes and one very angry mother, played by the always excellent #FrancesMcDormand.
McDormand alone is reason enough to get excited for #ThreeBillboards, in which she plays a woman who decides to put pressure on the local police after they fail to properly investigate the murder of her daughter. The wonderful cast also includes #WoodyHarrelson and #SamRockwell as the quickly overwhelmed local chief of police and his second-in-command.
Watch The Trailer For 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'
Written and directed by Martin McDonagh, who also graced us with In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths, Three Billboards looks like a wild ride from start to finish, with a nice little touch of criticism against racism in the police force. Most importantly, it finally puts McDormand's incredible talent in the spotlight where it belongs. With movies such as Fargo, Moonrise Kingdom or Burn After Reading — as the wife of Joel Coen, she's starred in many a Coen brothers movie — her characters range from the hilarious to the disturbing, but she always brings them to life with panache.
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Unfortunately, the movie is still in post-production, so it doesn't have a release date yet, but there are so many gems in the trailer alone it should help us stay patient until more news come out.
"It don't put an end to shit you f*cking retard this is just the f*cking start. Why don't you put that on your Good Morning Missouri f*cking wakeup broadcast, b*tch."
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Will you watch Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri when it comes out?