The dreadful Cocaine Bear has actually been released in the most recent take a look at the upcoming black-comedy thriller. This most current take a look at the wonderfully entitled B-movie beast mash has actually been revealed in a set of brand-new clips, with the freshly launched video providing another appearance at the bear whose life is altered when he comes across a huge bag of booger sugar. Check out the brand-new clips from Cocaine Bear below thanks to IGN and OneTakeNews.

Directed by Elizabeth Banks, Cocaine Bear is motivated by the 1985 real story of a drug runner’s airplane crash, missing out on drug, and the black bear that consumed it. After consuming a satchel filled with drug, an American black bear goes on a killing rampage in a little Georgia town where a group of residents and travelers need to sign up with forces to make it through the attack. This wild thriller discovers an oddball group of police officers, lawbreakers, travelers and teenagers running for their lives through the Georgia forest, as the 500-pound peak predator starts a coke-fueled rampage for more blow … and blood.

Cocaine Bear has actually been composed by Jimmy Warden, and includes an ensemble cast that consists of Keri Russell (The Americans, Antlers),O’Shea Jackson Jr (Straight Outta Compton, Obi-Wan Kenobi), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family), Margo Martindale ( BoJack Horseman), Kristofer Hivju (Game of Thrones), Brooklyn Prince (Home Before Dark), Christian Convery (Sweet Tooth), Kahyun Kim (American Gods), beginner Scott Seiss, and the late, terrific Ray Liotta (Goodfellas, The Many Saints of Newark).

Cocaine Bear Looks Like the Perfect B-Movie Treat

Cocaine Bear

Playing fast-and-loose with the real story (which ended rather unfortunately with the bear passing away quickly after consuming the drug and after that being packed and called “Pablo Eskobear”) Cocaine Bear promises to be the perfect B-movie treat. “Cocaine Bear is super-entertaining. If you wish to release whatever in your life for 95 minutes, this is an excellent method to do that,” director Elizabeth Banks stated of the task, which will not avoid its scary B-movie features. “It’s an unbelievable experience. There are some actually lovely messages in it. It’s been enjoyable to see individuals connect to the film. It’s frightening[when a film is finished and out of your hands] That’s my scary film right there. There’s just a lot that I can manage.”

Banks has actually even approached the story from the point of view of the titular grizzly, who she states simply desires his vengeance. “I felt a lot of sympathy for the bear. Like, wow, this bear — which, in real life, ended up dead after eating all this coke — ended up being sort of collateral damage in this War on Drugs,” the director explained. “And I just thought, Well, then this movie can be a revenge story for the bear. And it just gave me a point of view and a purpose for making it. Like, there’s a real message here: We should not f— with nature, nature will win.”

Cocaine Bear is set up to be launched on February 24, 2023, by Universal Pictures.