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02/25/2016 09:03 am ET Updated Feb 25, 2016

Woody Harrelson Is Looking For Some Natural Born Killers In This 'Triple 9' Clip

The heist thriller opens Friday.
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Don't tell Woody Harrelson you don't know. In "Triple 9," at least, it's his breaking point. And understandably so: Harrelson plays a detective struggling to hunt down a gang of criminals. Said crooks are attempting to pull off a massive heist per blackmail from a Russian mob led by a brash Kate Winslet. You'd be panicked too if gangster Kate Winslet were on your trail!

The Huffington Post has an exclusive clip from "Triple 9," directed by John Hillcoat ("The Road," "Lawless"). In it, Harrelson needs his squad to dig up clues, pronto. See his outburst for yourself.

Also starring Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Aaron Paul, Norman Reedus and Gal Gadot, "Triple 9" opens Friday.


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