Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell , who starred together in the crime black comedy "Seven Psychopaths" by Martin McDonagh, will once again work with this remarkable Irish director. According to the information portal Empireonline , they are sent to the set of a movie called Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri , which we wrote about last fall. Previously, Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand gave her consent to participate in the filming.|
So far only what McDonagh himself told about the plot of the new project:it will be a story about a 50-year-old woman ( McDormand ) who challenges the police after , as she begins to realize that local law enforcement officers are more willing to mock the black population than to look for her daughter's killers.Who will be played by Sam and Woody has not yet been announced.
The film, curated by Film4 and Fox Searchlight , is set to begin filming in North Carolina in April.
Harrelson can be seen on our screens right now - in the action-packed thriller "Three Nines", which opened in the domestic box office last week. As for Rockwell , the USA release of the new indie comedy "My Boyfriend is a Hitman" with his participation is scheduled for April 7 .
The Topic of Article: Two psychopaths for McDonagh and McDormand.