Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

After seven months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at Bill Willoughby, the town’s revered chief of police. When his second-in-command Officer Jason Dixon, an immature mother’s boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing’s law enforcement is only exacerbated.
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Film Cast:

  • Mildred Hayes: Frances McDormand
  • Jason Dixon: Sam Rockwell
  • Robbie Hayes: Lucas Hedges
  • Bill Willoughby: Woody Harrelson
  • Anne Willoughby: Abbie Cornish
  • Red Welby: Caleb Landry Jones
  • James: Peter Dinklage
  • Charlie Hayes: John Hawkes
  • Penelope: Samara Weaving
  • Cedric Connolly: Zeljko Ivanek
  • Abercrombie: Clarke Peters
  • Denise Watson: Amanda Warren
  • Pamela: Kerry Condon
  • Jerome: Darrell Britt-Gibson
  • Angela: Kathryn Newton
  • Mrs. Dixon: Sandy Martin
  • Polly Willoughby: Riya May Atwood
  • Jane Willoughby: Selah Atwood
  • Gabriella Forrester: Malaya Rivera Drew
  • Tony: Christopher Berry
  • Geoffrey: Jerry Winsett
  • Crop-Haired Guy: Brendan Sexton III
  • Latino: Alejandro Barrios
  • Latino #2: Jason Ledford
  • Doctor: Gregory Nassif St. John
  • Girl: Allyssa Barley
  • Boy: William J. Harrison
  • Nurse: Eleanor Threatt
  • Pal: Michael Aaron Milligan
  • Father Montgomery (uncredited): Nick Searcy

Film Crew:

  • First Assistant Director: Peter Kohn
  • First Assistant Camera: Bill Coe
  • Conductor: Carter Burwell
  • Casting: Sarah Halley Finn
  • Editor: Jon Gregory
  • Art Direction: Jesse Rosenthal
  • Director of Photography: Ben Davis
  • Producer: Graham Broadbent
  • Makeup Department Head: Leo Corey Castellano
  • Costume Design: Melissa Toth
  • Writer: Martin McDonagh
  • Producer: Peter Czernin
  • Propmaker: Patrick McCormick
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Burt Dalton
  • Post Production Supervisor: Alistair Hopkins
  • Set Dresser: Richard Blake Wester
  • Location Manager: Robert Foulkes
  • Actor’s Assistant: Josh Barker
  • Stunt Coordinator: Doug Coleman
  • Executive Music Producer: James Gibb
  • Stunts: Jeff Chumas
  • Unit Production Manager: Bergen Swanson
  • Casting Associate: Hannah Cooper
  • Sound Effects Editor: Christer Melén
  • Executive Producer: Diarmuid McKeown
  • Executive Producer: Rose Garnett
  • Set Decoration: Merissa Lombardo
  • Set Dresser: Alexander Richards
  • Still Photographer: Merrick Morton
  • Gaffer: Ross Dunkerley
  • Production Design: Inbal Weinberg
  • Set Dresser: Adam Chase
  • Set Medic: Brian Turner
  • Driver: Charles Warren
  • Transportation Captain: John Stephens
  • Stunts: Joseph S. Griffo
  • Costume Supervisor: Hartsell Taylor
  • Music Editor: John Warhurst
  • Local Casting: Meagan Lewis
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Joakim Sundström
  • Transportation Captain: Wayne Jones
  • ADR Editor: Brian Bowles
  • Stunts: Trampas Thompson
  • Steadicam Operator: Stephen S. Campanelli
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Chris Burdon
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Doug Cooper
  • Painter: Jennifer Long
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Simon Hughes
  • Set Dresser: Kenneth Bryant
  • Leadman: Patrick Fuhrman
  • Co-Producer: Ben Knight
  • Propmaker: Edward Martin
  • Dialogue Editor: Matthew Skelding
  • Hair Designer: Cydney Cornell
  • Boom Operator: Timothy Cargioli
  • Stunts: Eliza Coleman
  • Dialect Coach: Kate Wilson
  • Executive Producer: David Kosse
  • Painter: John Hatfield
  • Stunts: John Bernecker
  • Visual Effects Producer: Noga Alon Stein
  • Hairstylist: Susan Buffington
  • First Assistant Editor: Gabrielle Smith
  • Music Supervisor: Karen Elliott
  • Rigging Gaffer: Eddie Bowlin
  • Script Supervisor: Jeanette McGrath
  • First Assistant Camera: Harry Zimmerman
  • First Assistant Editor: Nicholas Lipari
  • Key Makeup Artist: Jorie Malan
  • Art Department Coordinator: Jessica Tyler Segal
  • Driver: Kevin Craig
  • Visual Effects Editor: Edd Gamlin
  • Ager/Dyer: Annie Lee
  • Stunts: Mark Aaron Wagner
  • Second Assistant Director: Paula Case
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Paul O’Hara
  • Property Master: Philip Schneider
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Joseph La Corte
  • Set Production Assistant: Jacob Lothers
  • Animal Coordinator: Greg Tresan
  • Best Boy Electric: Jack McCollum
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Tyler Gooden
  • Production Coordinator: Heather Neeld
  • Set Costumer: Pamela Miller
  • Driver: Dave Elliott
  • Stunts: Mark Chadwick
  • Key Costumer: Sarah Dano
  • Dolly Grip: Sean Piper
  • 2D Artist: Susanna Riccio
  • Production Sound Mixer: Jonathan Gaynor
  • Rigging Grip: Scott Smith
  • Set Dresser: Bill Waxler
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Jennifer Davis
  • Executive Producer: Daniel Battsek
  • Stunts: Dean Lyons
  • Stunts: Bob Marrocco
  • Loader: Trisha Solyn
  • Utility Sound: Elanor Rimassa
  • Makeup Artist: Meghan Reilly
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Deanna Tilly
  • Assistant Property Master: Romain Gateau
  • Set Dresser: Gregg Perez
  • Set Dresser: Daniel Deas
  • Set Dresser: Richard Krish
  • Set Dresser: Chat Battles
  • Set Dresser: Amy Darsey
  • Set Dresser: Joshua Noorullah
  • Tailor: Olivia Barrand
  • Production Office Assistant: Dylan Cooper
  • Production Assistant: Loren Pierce
  • Production Accountant: Ilana McAllistor
  • Key Grip: Dennis Zoppe
  • Dolly Grip: Mike Byrd
  • Rigging Grip: Eddie Berrios
  • Rigging Grip: Jayson Barber
  • Rigging Grip: John Michael Lowery
  • Construction Coordinator: Whitney Yale
  • Propmaker: Hal McFeely
  • Propmaker: Jeremy Holroyd
  • Propmaker: Lance Carter
  • Propmaker: Cindy J. Berry
  • Propmaker: William B. Cook
  • Propmaker: Edward Link
  • Propmaker: Micah Turner
  • Propmaker: Crystal L. Dellinger
  • Propmaker: Joseph J. Orander
  • Propmaker: Silas Dobyns
  • Propmaker: Christopher L. Kuder
  • Propmaker: Mario Liva
  • Propmaker: Edward Register
  • Greensman: Jason Banner
  • Painter: Michael Davison
  • Painter: Kevin Fulford
  • Painter: Kimberly Glaesner
  • Painter: Stacey Keffer
  • Painter: Julie K. Ross
  • Set Production Assistant: Coleman Terrell
  • Set Production Assistant: Andre Mileti
  • Actor’s Assistant: Emily Foley
  • Actor’s Assistant: Bernice Miller
  • Actor’s Assistant: Nathan Early
  • Transportation Coordinator: Neil Hyman
  • Driver: Charles Dicus
  • Driver: Sandra Reynolds
  • Driver: Kevin K. Gorham
  • Driver: Lance Sudano
  • Driver: David Zydorski
  • Driver: Alton Lee Pierce
  • Driver: Danny D. Curtis
  • Driver: Sarah Hudson
  • Driver: James A. Griffis
  • Driver: Arnold R. Gay
  • Driver: Tonie Farace
  • Driver: Mary Petz
  • Driver: Genevieve Barker
  • Driver: John Bell
  • Driver: Peyton Adams
  • Driver: William “Bill” Pitts
  • Driver: David C. Penix
  • Driver: Logan A. Wilson
  • Driver: Robert W. Simpson
  • Driver: Dennis H. Jones
  • Driver: Todd Stacey Anderson
  • Driver: Debbie Adams
  • Driver: Rick Davis
  • Driver: Pamela C. Ray
  • Driver: James L. Jamison
  • Driver: Robert Dempsey
  • Driver: Steve Sams
  • Driver: Chris Maney
  • Chef: Travis Woods
  • Craft Service: Keith Sweeney
  • First Assistant Editor: Adam Duthie
  • 2D Supervisor: Jason Halverson
  • 2D Artist: Olivia Beresfor
  • 2D Artist: Alasdair McNeill
  • 2D Artist: Tiago Faria
  • 2D Artist: David Singer
  • 2D Artist: Dan Victoire
  • 2D Artist: Jenny Wan

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: Pretty damn funny given the incredibly grim subject matter, but that’s not a shock when you take into consideration that _Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri_ is directed by Martin McDonagh, who once again comes away with a win, which makes him, in my opinion at least, three for three as a director.

    _Final rating:★★★½ – I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._

  • r96sk: Phenomenal film. Loved every second.

    I’ve been aware of this film, in name only (didn’t know any of the plot etc.), since it came out and have always had a great feeling about it – I just had an inkling it would be great. It isn’t, it’s much more than that… it’s incredible.

    The mix between the humour and seriousness is superb, I found myself laughing aloud one moment and then feeling saddened minutes later; that was the case a ridiculous amount of times throughout the 115 minutes.

    The premise is pretty mad and filled with coincidences, but I absolutely adore the way it is written and put together onscreen. The cinematography is also beautiful, as is the score. The pacing is fantastic too. All that is without even mentioning the cast, who are outstanding.

    What a terrific performance from Frances McDormand, who I always remember from 1998’s ‘Madeline’ – one of the first films I recall watching at a young age. She’s utterly brilliant as Mildred, from the first scene to the last. Her co-stars are also top notch, so well cast.

    Woody Harrelson (Willoughby) and Sam Rockwell (Dixon) are great in their respective roles, while my personal GOT king Peter Dinklage (James) also appears in a minor part. I liked Caleb Landry Jones (Red), also.

    ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is a must-watch!

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