Cocaine Bear director Elizabeth Banks says she would be down for a Cocaine Shark movie after new that 3 tons of cocaine had been found in Pacific Ocean.
Cocaine Bear will be roaring into theaters in just two weeks, but could Cocaine Shark be far behind?
The upcoming action comedy is based on real events, in which a black bear died after eating a shipment of cocaine that has been dropped out of a plane by a smuggler. Cocaine shark became a trending topic on Twitter after it was revealed that more than three tonnes of cocaine had been recovered by New Zealand police. Elizabeth Banks, Cocaine Bear Director, spoke with People to say that she was aware about the news and the demand for a Cocaine Shark10 Follow-up. “I have seen that. Banks stated that if there is a great story, then bank will accept it. “Jaws with cocaine, I don’t see how that loses.” And just like that, the unlikely animals on cocaine franchise was born.
The Cocaine Bear trailer exceeded my expectations. It looks wild, and Elizabeth Banks stated that she “definitely didn’t shy away from” making this film a very dark experience. Banks stated that was my first presentation. It included a lot of real life photographs of people who had their limbs removed and other such things. There were also some very gruesome bites and gashes. “[I]And just sort of said, ‘I want this…’ I wanted The Revenant[I].“While the movie plays it fast and loose with the facts, the true story is just as compelling. Andrew Thornton, a drug smuggler convicted of being a criminal, was on smuggling runs from Columbia. He had dumped many packages of cocaine before he was able to bail from the plane. He fell to the ground after hitting his head on the tail of an aircraft. He was later found dead in someone’s driveway. A 175-pound black bear, approximately $15 million in cocaine, was later found dead. “Its stomach literally was filled to the brim of cocaine,
” said the medical examiner who performed the bear’s necropsy. “There’s no mammal on earth that could survive that. Cerebral hemorrhaging, respiratory failure, hyperthermia, renal failure, heart failure, stroke. You name it, that bear had it.“Cocaine Bear will hit theaters on
February 24th. Would you like to watch a Cocaine shark movie? Followed by Cocaine Giraffe, Cocaine Hamster, and maybe even Cocaine Sharktopus.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnGtendxXUU