As Oscar time quickly approaches, Los Angeles-based writer Jill Gutowitz has discovered a shocking parallel between one of this year's Best Picture nominees, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's 1998 comedy, Billboard Dad.
The Vice, Teen Vogue, and AwesomenessTV contributor put forth her theory via a series of funny tweets:
The revelation rocked Twitter user's worlds:
Though some weren't so impressed:
While some just got a good laugh:
And others shared their love of the Olsen Twins:
And one lone voice enumerated the many similarities between Three Billboards and Road House (1989):
In case you haven't seen it, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is actually considered a "darkly comic drama" by IMDB. Released in November in the US, it tells the story of a mother who rents three billboards to prod local authorities into solving the case of her daughter's murder.
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