Pixie: Olivia Cooke Crime Film Will get Trailer, Launch Date

Guy Ritchie fans, check out this trailer.

The poster for Pixie

As I have already explained here, I enjoy when Olivia Cooke gets caught up in criminal situations that don’t seem to have a positive ending for anyone. And in the trailer for Eleven, an Irish crime fighter who feels like the best Guy Ritchie and Martin McDonaghCooke is the responsible criminal mastermind. This is all a fancy way of saying: Pixie seems extremely “to me”.

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Cooke plays the title role of Pixie, a young woman with all kinds of connections to all kinds of criminal gimmicks to avenge her mother’s death. To do so, she plans a goddamned robbery – but things go more than wrong when a couple of suspected criminals hobble around Ben Hardy (X-Men: Apocalypse) and Daryl McCormack (Vikings) are committed to a religion-steeped syndicate for organized crime led by Alec Baldwin as an Irish priest he raises all questions of divine hell. Colm Meaney (Layer Cake) also plays the main role in the picture Barnaby Thompson (Burke and Hare) and written by Preston Thompson (Children in love).

And if, like me, you love a small-town crime story with all sorts of misadventures, Pixie just shot onto your must-watch list.

Pixie comes to select digital and on-demand theaters on March 5, 2021. Check out the official trailer and recap below.

Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One) and Alec Baldwin (The Departed) star in this action-packed crime story set in Ireland. On her way to avenge her mother’s death, Pixie Hardy (Cooke) attempts a robbery that gives her the opportunity to leave her small-town life behind. If the plan goes terribly wrong, she will have to team up with two underdogs who are clearly over their heads. On the run from an organized gang – criminal priests and nuns led by Father McGrath (Baldwin) – the trio will plan and deceive everyone they encounter in this fun and exhilarating adventure.

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