First trailer for new Irish comedy Pixie stars Colm Meaney, Dylan Moran and Alec Baldwin as a deadly gangster priest 6 days ago

First trailer for new Irish comedy Pixie stars Colm Meaney, Dylan Moran and Alec Baldwin as a deadly gangster priest

"Getting out alive takes a little faith... and a lot of guns"

We've already had an exclusive look at the new poster and now it's time to check out the first trailer for Pixie, a brand new Irish comedy with a fantastic cast.

The film tells the tale of Pixie, a young woman who wants to avenge her mam’s death by masterminding a heist.

Things don’t go quite as planned, however...

As things go from bad to worse, she soon finds herself on the run from gangsters, joined along the way by two young lads who are completely out of their depth, with the three of them trying to stay alive as they make their way across the wilds of Ireland.

If you're looking for reasons to go and see the film, let's just go over the key details of the title again. It's got...

Colm Meaney. Dylan Moran. And Alec Baldwin. As a deadly gangster. Who also happens to be a priest.

Father Ted Dead, anyone?

Here are a few more reasons, just in case you're still not convinced...

Does it also star one of Ireland's funniest funnymen, Pat Shortt? Yes, he's in there.

Is one of The Young Offenders in it? Yep, Jock AKA Chris Walley is in the film, present and correct.

And in its three leads, does it have a Peaky Blinders rising star, one of the main actors in the Oscar-winning Bohemian Rhapsody AND a favourite of Steven Spielberg?

Yes (Dylan McCormack), yes (Ben Hardy) and yes (Olivia Cooke).

You see? There are loads of reasons to go and see Pixie when it's released in Irish cinemas on 23 October.

Plus, the trailer is really funny. Have a look...

Clip via Paramount Pictures UK

Pixie is released in Irish cinemas on 23 October 2020