Cocaine Bear: First trailer for an ‘insane’ horror comedy based on true events has sparked a flood of memes

The trailer for cocaine bear has been released – and there’s a good chance it will be the wildest movie of 2024.

announced April cocaine bear has raised eyebrows due to its incredible premise, which is actually inspired by real-life events.

In September 1985, a 175-pound black bear in northern Georgia swallowed a duffel bag of cocaine left by convicted drug smuggler Andrew Thornton.

The directed horror comedy Pitch perfect Star Elizabeth Banks sees the drug-fueled beast then go on a murderous rampage that isn’t part of the true story.

In real life, the bear took the cocaine and then overdosed. It was found three months later next to about 40 plastic containers of cocaine.

The first trailer for the film arrived on Thursday (December 1) and sparked a flurry of reactions from fans – many of whom posted memes in response to the clip.

Among these memes is a photo of parasite Director Bong Joon-Ho looks thoughtful and says, “For me, cinema is.”

A similar meme was posted by Martin Scorsese.

“The most anticipated movie of 2023 is in lockdown,” said one person, accompanied by a photo of Tom Cruise standing next to a plane, captioned, “See you at the movies.”

One person posted a picture of a bear roaring with snow on its face with the words “IF***ING LOVE COCAINE” written on it.

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The movie stars The American Actors Keri Russell, Margo Martindale, Alden Ehrenreich, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and modern family Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

Kahyun Kim, Christian Convery, Brooklynn Prince and newcomer Scott Seiss also star.

The film is one of Liotta’s last acting roles. It is the first to be released since his death in May this year.

cocaine bear will be released on February 23, 2023.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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