First trailer for the Devil All the Time movie released
The first trailer of the highly anticipated movie The Devil All the Time has been released. Bringing together names such as Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Bill Skarsgård, Riley Keough, Sebastian Stan, the movie will be on Netflix on September 16!
The Devil All the Time, one of Netflix’s most exciting original films to be released this year with the names it brought together in the cast, will be on the screens next month. Netflix, which accelerated its promotional activities for the film, which will meet with the audience on September 16, released the first trailer of the highly anticipated movie.
The Devil All the Time by Antonio Campos is on Netflix on September 16!
The film’s cast includes notable names such as Tom Holland, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, Sebastian Stan, Mia Goth, Bill Skarsgård, Eliza Scanlen, Haley Bennett, Jason Clarke, Riley Keough and Tony award winner Gabriel Ebert.
Antonio Campos, who most recently produced the 2016 movie Christine, sits in the director’s chair. Having produced the films Afterschool and Simon Killer, Campos made a name for himself with Rebecca Hall’s movie Christine, who portrayed TV announcer Christine Chubbuck, who committed suicide in 1974.
Adapted from Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel of the same name, the film tells a story of hope, violence and redemption set in the American provinces and characterizes the characters of II. It follows from the end of World War II to the 1960s. In the story, war veteran Williard Russell can’t save his dying wife from cancer, and their son Arvin transforms from a cowardly boy to a violent man who knows when to act. On the other hand, a serial killer couple is looking for their new victims, and a cleric who struggles to stay true to his faith and his physically disabled aide are trying to escape the law.
Written by Antonio Campos and Paulo Campos, the film is produced by Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker’s production company Nine Stories. Max Born and musician Randall Poster are also among the producers of the film.
The film, which attracts attention with its Antonio Campos signature and its impressive cast, seems to be one of the most talked about films of this year due to the weakening vision calendar due to the pandemic. You can watch the first trailer from the movie here.
Tom Holland and details from The Devil
A new image has been shared from “The Devil All The Time” starring Tom Holland, which will be released on Netflix. This time we see Holland’s character Arvin Russell hitchhiking. Antonio Campos is the director of The Devil All The Time, a psychological thriller.
The Devil All The Time takes its place as one of the most anticipated films of the year. As the release date of the film approaches, excitement increases. Director Antonio Campos also spoke about the film, and especially Tom Holland, in an interview with Empire Magazine. Campos said: “I can’t believe you did nothing without getting into the movie and fully devoting yourself to the character. There are dark things in the film. But I think experiencing darkness is not a bad thing when it’s given in the right conditions. The film doesn’t praise violence, it’s trying to understand where the violence comes from. With faith. trying to understand the bond and how people abuse the power of belief. “
The theme of The Devil All The Time is as follows: It is about the lives of a strange group of people from different backgrounds in Ohio and West Virginia. One of the characters in the movie is Willard Russell, a former soldier who was tortured in the massacre in the South Pacific. The old man, who lost his beautiful wife Charlotte from cancer, bears the guilt of not being able to save her, despite all her totems and prayers. Carl and Sandy Henderson, a serial killer couple, travel across the world to find suitable models, photograph them on America’s highways, then kill them. The cleric Roy, and the physically disabled guitar lover Theodore, are on the run from the law they broke. In the middle of all this is William and Charlotte’s orphaned son Arvin Eugene Russell. The young man, who finds himself in the midst of these people who are quite different from each other, is good but prone to violence. What will the lives of these characters look like from the end of the Second World War until the 1960s?