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Ethan Coen’s Solo Directorial Debut ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ Takes a Sleigh Ride to Hell – Watch the UK Trailer Now

Universal Pictures UK has today debuted a new UK poster and trailer for Ethan Coen‘s (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Burn After Reading) debut as a solo director, the comedy road movie, Drive-Away Dolls; a story of two ladies going south.

Directed by Coen, from a script he co-wrote with his wife Tricia Cooke, the film stars Margaret Qualley (Poor Things, Sanctuary), Geraldine Viswanathan (Cat Person, “Miracle Workers”), Beanie Feldstein (“American Crime Story”), Colman Domingo (The Color Purple, “Fear The Walking Dead”), Pedro Pascal (“The Last of Us,” “The Mandalorian”), Bill Camp (Sound of Freedom, Birdman) and Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting, The Departed). Coen’s comedic ride follows Jamie, an uninhibited free spirit lamenting yet another breakup with a girlfriend, and her demure friend Marian, who desperately needs to loosen up. Seeking to start over, the pair embark on an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, but things soon take a really, really bad turn for the awful when they cross paths with a group of bungling crooks along the way.

Drive-Away Dolls is produced by Ethan Coen, Tricia Cooke, Robert Graf, Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner and is set to release in the United Kingdom on March 15, 2024. Until then, we’ll leave you to try and guess what’s in that briefcase. Answers on a postcard…

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