‘The Devil All The Time’ Trailer Promises a Star-Studded and Chaotic Thriller
Have you ever watched a movie trailer and were surprised by just how many big names popped up on your screen? The recently released trailer for The Devil All The Time does just that. First, there’s Tom Holland. Then there’s Sebastian Stan, Jason Clarke, and finally Robert Pattinson. And that isn’t even an exhaustive list! While The Devil All The Time obviously promises an A-list cast, it seems to do much more than just that. Watch the trailer below to find out for yourself.
The Devil All The Time Trailer Gives Us A Lot and A Little
The Devil All The Time is a psychological thriller based on Donald Ray Pollock’s novel of the same name. It centers on Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) as he finds himself in the presence of a seemingly neverending line up of wicked people. Robert Pattinson, pulling off an accent that may be even more amusing than his appearance in The King, plays a preacher with some twisted ideas. Sebastian Stan is a potentially corrupt sheriff. Jason Clarke and Riley Keough join the cast as a couple who may be filled with more darkness than their demeanors would imply.
Antonio Campos, who served as a director on The Punisher, is the film’s director and co-writer, along with Paulo Campos. Jake Gyllenhaal and Randall Poster produced. Netflix will be distributing the film. This is great news for eager viewers, as it means we won’t have to worry about closed theaters pushing back a release date!
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A New Type of Film For Lead Tom Holland
We’ve fallen in love with Tom Holland’s charismatic lead roles. While he may still be Spidey, his role in The Devil All The Time may help convince us that he’s capable of far more than just the fun superhero that we know and love. He will also appear in the upcoming film Cherry as a young man addicted to opioids who turns to robbing banks. So, it’s clear that Holland will be going for a more dramatic route over the next few years!
Have you watched the trailer for The Devil All The Time yet? You can stream the film on Netflix on September 16th. Until then, let us know what you think of the film’s potential!
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Meghan Hale is a graduate student living right outside of Toronto, Canada. She has always been the go-to gal for talking about anything film related and has a frustratingly long list of movie trivia up her sleeve. She is currently working on her first screenplay, as well as a horror novel, with the goal of publishing it while Stephen King is still around to read it.