It’s no surprise that Tom Holland places himself firmly as the MCU’s Spider-Man and Pattinson establishes himself as the next Batman. The duo is now all set to make comic book fans in dizzy as Netflix is all set to release next film, The Devil All the Time. The streaming service is throwing the full extent of its marketing might behind the two actors. This is seen as a big promotional push for the film.
As a series of stills from the production lands online, IGN has now released the poster of the film The Devil All the Time. These stills offer a look at each member of the thriller’s all-star cast in character. Fans are now thrilled to see what Netflix’s next film has to offer.
Tom Holland and Rober Pattison starrer The Devil All the Time is an adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 book of the same name and Antonio Campos is the director of the film. Although the poster may not tease much in the way of the movie’s plot, it’s a great reminder that the film boasts one hell of a cast.
THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME
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Tom Holland plays the lead role of a troubled youth named Arvin Russell while Pattinson will portray a preacher named Preston Teagardin. The Devil All the Time is set in America between the end of World War II and the beginning of the Vietnam War. The story will play out in a multi-strand narrative. Campos with his brother Paulo filmed the movie in Alabama, which will act as a stand-in for rural Ohio.
Along with Holland and Pattison, other star casts include, Riley Keough and Jason Clarke, who plays notorious couple Sandy and Carl Henderson; Sebastian Stan appears as crooked sheriff Lee Bodecker. In addition, the poster also reveals that Haley Bennett, Eliza Scanlen, and Mia Wasikowska in character, natch.
The Devil All the Time is all set to release on Netflix on September 16 and comic book fans are eagerly waiting for the release. It seems all the signs point to this being another big hit for the platform.