A giant shark vs. a bear on cocaine...
The titular bear in Cocaine Bear presented at the Oscars alongside the film's director, Elizabeth Banks.
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The real-life bear, whose story is the basis for Cocaine Bear, was named "Pablo Eskobear," and he weighed only 175 pounds.
"I’ll never take a walk in a forest in the same way again."
Directed by Elizabeth Banks, the story is actually inspired by the 1985 true story of a drug runner's plane crash, missing cocaine, and the black bear that ate it.
Both the IRL and onscreen Cocaine Bear ate a LOT of cocaine.
"Want Cocaine Bear to be a franchise so we eventually get to see Shrooms Horse, Bong Owl and Immodium Haddock."
This high-octane thriller about a cocaine-addicted bear thrives on absurdity.
"Apex predator, high on cocaine, out of its mind"