Tom Holland, 24, the Spider-Man star thinks that “The Devil All The Time” is a “huge step” for his acting career.
The movie is based on Donald Ray Pollock’s, 2011 novel with the same name. The mind boggling psychological thriller, revolves around the struggle of an orphaned boy, Arvin Russell.
In a dark, morbid and berserk world, Arvin is trapped amidst: False Preacher, Preston Teagardin( Robert Pattinson), a couple who is a serial killer, Carl and Sandy Henderson (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough), a corrupt sheriff Lee Bodecker( Sebastian Stan).
Tom Holland posted a picture alongside director, Antonio Campos. He captioned the picture as: “Working with this guy was an absolute pleasure, ‘The Devil All the Time’ was a huge step for me to take and I can’t imagine anyone better to do it with.
The 16th of September this film is yours on @netflix so let me know what you think and enjoy!”
The other star studded cast includes: Halley Bennett, Harry Melling, Eliza Scanlen, Bill Skarsgard and Mis Wasikowska.
Earlier Tom Holland had even opened up about why working with Antonio Campos was important to him.
Holland expressed to Entertainment Weekly: “I was really eager to work with Antonio because his previous films that I’ve seen are very raw.”
“I guess it was the challenge of doing a different accent, playing the rural kid, a period film, a new director. Everything ticked the boxes for me.”