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  • by Jeff Beck

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri Comes to Digital HD February 13th and Blu-ray/DVD February

Hailed by many as the best film of 2017, Martin McDonagh's outstanding "Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri" has been buzzed about ever since it premiered last September at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, where it won the prestigious People's Choice Award for Gala or Special Presentation at the latter. It has since gone on to be nominated for a slew of awards, garnering four Golden Globes (including Best Picture (Drama)), three SAG Awards (including Best Cast of a Motion Picture), and an impressive seven Oscar nominations that includes Best Picture, and is even considered by many to be the favorite to win.

Today, 20th Century Fox has officially announced the home release of the film, declaring that it will first come to Digital HD on February 13th, followed by the Blu-ray/DVD on February 27th.

The following special features have also been announced:

  • Featurette: “Crucify ‘Em: The Making of Three Billboards”

  • Six Shooter (Short Film)

While it doesn't look like we'll be getting much in the way of extras, at least we get a behind the scenes look at the making of the film, in addition to McDonagh's Academy Award-winning short film from 2004, so if you were as enamored with this future Oscar winner as the critics and guilds have been, then be sure to note the February 13th (Digital HD) and February 27th (Blu-ray/DVD) release dates.

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