Ray Donovan: The Movie trailer brings the title character and his family back to Boston

The epic family drama of Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) comes back full circle to Boston in the first trailer for Ray Donovan: The Movie.

Showtime angered fans by unceremoniously canceling the show after Season 7 in February 2020, which lead to severe backlash online before the cable network ultimately allowed showrunner David Hollander to write a movie to wrap up the show.

The movie was officially announced in February, with the network revealing the first trailer and the January 14 premiere date on Tuesday.

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Trailer: The epic family drama of Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) comes back full circle to Boston in the first trailer for Ray Donovan: The Movie

Premiere: The movie was officially announced in February, with the network revealing the first trailer and the January 14 premiere date on Tuesday

The trailer begins with Ray calling his therapist Dr. Arthur Amiot (Alan Alda), asking him, ‘Can I tell you something I did? Something bad,’ as he’s seen holding a gun.

The trailer includes a flashback to Ray’s past as his father Mickey (Jon Voight) is seen waiting for him to jump in the pool, telling Ray to ‘trust me.’  

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Ray tells Dr. Amiot that, ‘s**t rolls downhill, father to son, father to daughter,’ as we get a glimpse of Ray’s daughter Bridget (Kerris Dorsey).

Call: The trailer begins with Ray calling his therapist Dr. Arthur Amiot (Alan Alda), asking him, ‘Can I tell you something I did? Something bad,’ as he’s seen holding a gun

Flashback: The trailer includes a flashback to Ray’s past as his father Mickey (Jon Voight) is seen waiting for him to jump in the pool, telling Ray to ‘trust me’

Downhill: Ray tells Dr. Amiot that, ‘s**t rolls downhill, father to son, father to daughter,’ as we get a glimpse of Ray’s daughter Bridget (Kerris Dorsey)

Darryl (Pooch Hall) says that Ray’s father Mickey was ‘raised in a whorehouse, beat every day, there’s a reason Mickey is the way that he is.’

Mickey is seen walking out of South Station in Boston, confirming he’s returned home, as he’s seen telling someone on the phone he’s having a ‘fire sale’ for $20 million.

Ray’s seen spreading some cash around the Boston locals asking if they’re heard from his father, while Ray is seen raising a glass with Darryl, Bunchy (Dash Mihok) and Terry (Eddie Marsan).

Boston: Mickey is seen walking out of South Station in Boston, confirming he’s returned home, as he’s seen telling someone on the phone he’s having a ‘fire sale’ for $20 million

Locals: Ray’s seen spreading some cash around the Boston locals asking if they’re heard from his father

Terry is seen telling someone that Ray isn’t going to Boston for the money, he’s going to, ‘kill Mickey.’

Bridget tells her dad, ‘You know what makes you and Mickey alike? He taught you how to forget.’

When he asks, ‘Forget what, sweetheart?’ she answers, ‘Someone’s life,’ while Mickey is seen telling someone that you can’t hold someone accountable for getting vengeance.

Kill: Terry is seen telling someone that Ray isn’t going to Boston for the money, he’s going to, ‘kill Mickey’

Alike: Bridget tells her dad, ‘You know what makes you and Mickey alike? He taught you how to forget.’

Vengeance: The trailer ends with Dr. Amiot asking, ‘Ray, what did you do?’ as Ray responds, ‘I let the wolf in,’ with the final shot Ray attacking a large blonde man with a baseball bat

Bridget says, ‘This has to end,’ as we see random shots of the Donovan family, some more violent than others.

The trailer ends with Dr. Amiot asking, ‘Ray, what did you do?’ as Ray responds, ‘I let the wolf in,’ with the final shot Ray attacking a large blonde man with a baseball bat.

Ray Donovan: The Movie was directed by showrunner David Hollander, who co-wrote the script with Schreiber himself, debuting on Showtime Friday, January 14 at 9 PM. 

End: Bridget says, ‘This has to end,’ as we see random shots of the Donovan family, some more violent than others

Wolf: The trailer ends with Dr. Amiot asking, ‘Ray, what did you do?’ as Ray responds, ‘I let the wolf in,’ with the final shot Ray attacking a large blonde man with a baseball bat

Fire sale: Ray Donovan: The Movie was directed by showrunner David Hollander, who co-wrote the script with Schreiber himself, debuting on Showtime Friday, January 14 at 9 PM