Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson aren’t too busy working on their respective comic book movies right now, but between donning the masks and spandex, they find time to film a new project for Netflix titled Devil. All the time. The image will hit the streaming platform next month and a ton of first-look images have appeared ahead of its debut.
Directed by Antonio Campos, The Devil All the Time takes place in the United States between the end of World War II and the beginning of the Vietnam War. Follow a group of characters whose lives are interconnected, with the story moving through several floors. Holland and Pattinson will be supported by a sizable supporting cast, in addition to assistants Clark and Keefe, the film also stars Bill Skarsgard, Mia Wasikowska, and Sebastian Stein.
Here everything you should know about the upcoming Devil All the Time:
The official release date of the movie:
Devil All the Time is scheduled to be released by Netflix on September 16, 2020. Netflix does not offer content to stop an epidemic!
An expected cast of ‘The Devil All the Time’
To begin with, the upcoming film features ensemble stars. They are-
- Tom Holland playing as Arvin Russell
- Sebastian Stan playing the character of Lee Bodecker
- Robert Pattinson playing as ‘Preston Teagardin
- Bill Skarsgård playing the role of Willard Russell
- Mia Wasikowska playing the character of Helen Hatton
- Eliza Scanlen playing as Lenora Laferty
- Jason Clarke playing the role of Carl Henderson
- Riley Keough playing as Sandy Henderson
- Haley Bennett playing the character of Charlotte Russell
- Harry Melling playing as Roy Laferty
- Abby Glover playing the role of ‘Pamela Sue Remaster
The first look of The Devil All The Time:
Here's your first look at THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME, a midwestern gothic tale from Antonio Campos starring Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Jason Clark, Riley Keough, Bill Skarsgård, Sebastian Stan, Haley Bennett, Mia Wasikowska, and Eliza Scanlen.
On Netflix globally on 16 Sept. pic.twitter.com/3qNW1EaVfb
— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) August 3, 2020
Do we have a trailer for the upcoming movie?
No, right now there no official trailer launched by the streaming giant Netflix.