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TRAILER: Colin Farrell steps in it with stolen-dog crime saga 'Seven Psychopaths'

All you need to know about the demented crime tale Seven Psychopaths can be found in the following exchange:

Sam Rockwell finds a snarling Tom Waits sitting on a wall and stroking a pet bunny outside his home. “Okay, you seem normal — come on in,” Rockwell says. “We gotta get this dog off the street because we kidnapped it from a maniac.”

Filmmaker Martin McDonagh’s twisted followup to 2008’s In Bruges finally has a trailer — and it’s nothing that would reassure any dog-lover.


Colin Farrell goes barking mad in 'Seven Psychopaths' -- FIRST LOOK PHOTOS

Photo: Chuck Zlotnick

Do all raging tyrants have an adorable, cuddly, little thing they treasure?

“I know I do!” says writer-director Martin McDonagh, the twisted mind behind the 2009 Colin Farrell-Brendan Gleeson killers-in-hiding thriller In Bruges.

Maybe for him, it’s Farrell.

McDonagh’s latest movie, Seven Psychopaths, reunites him with the actor for another crime story that walks the line between comedy and brutality.

In it, a savage gangster (Woody Harrelson) goes on a rampage after his beloved shih tzu Bonny goes missing, snatched by an out-of-work actor (Sam Rockwell) who pays the bills by helping a professional dognapper (Christopher Walken) pick up pooches and return them for the reward money.

“It’s kind of a cruel thing to do,” McDonagh says. “But these guys are good guys about it. They take care of the dogs, and give them back promptly, and they don’t charge a lot.”

Farrell stars as a struggling screenwriter, working on a script titled Seven Psychopaths, who gets caught up in his pal Rockwell’s troubles… but also finds a lot of great material in the life-and-death conflict playing out over the kidnapped dog. READ FULL STORY

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