Today, the trailer for "Seven Psychopaths," the new film from Martin McDonagh, was released. McDonagh's last film was his 2008 directorial debut "In Bruges" which remains one of my favorite films of the past five years. "Seven Psychopaths" has McDonagh re-teaming with Colin Farrell, whose abilities as a comedic actor remain severely underrated. It also stars Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken, who are two of my favorite actors, as well as Woody Harrelson, who I like most of the time. It also has Gabourey Sidibe (Precious) sitting on a toilet, just in case you were dying to know what that looks like.
The story seems to revolve around criminals who kidnap people's dogs, return them, and then collect the reward money. "Seven Psychopaths" could be somewhat less dark than "In Bruges," if there are as many animal reaction shots in it as the trailer seems to portend. However, based on "Bruges," McDonagh is not one who will let criminals get away with their wrongdoings unscathed.
Are you as excited for "Seven Psychopaths" as I am? Have you seen "In Bruges" yet? If your answer to the latter question is no, go rent it right away. Watch the trailer for "Seven Psychopaths" below: