Netflix has launched the first trailer for “The Devil All the Time,” a movie starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson set to premiere Sept. 16.
The gothic thriller additionally stars Invoice Skarsgard, Sebastian Stan, Riley Keough, Mia Wasikowska, Jason Clarke, Haley Bennett, Eliza Scanlen, Harry Melling and Pokey LaFarge. It facilities on an orphaned younger man named Arvin Eugene Russell (Holland) and explores the psyches of assorted corrupt or damaged characters between the finish of World Warfare II and the 1960s.
The trailer opens on a scene depicting Arvin being gifted a gun that his father introduced again from warfare. He quickly comes nose to nose with an allegedly corrupt preacher he calls “as unhealthy as they obtained on the rattling radio.” The scenes in the trailer additionally reduce between violent acts and non secular providers, or symbols like a wood cross.
Tailored from Donald Ray Pollock’s ebook of the identical identify, the movie is directed by Antonio Campos, identified for his work on 2012’s “Simon Killer.” Holland advised Leisure Weekly that “The Devil All the Time” presents a uniquely completely different expertise than others in his rising checklist of performing credit.
“I used to be actually desirous to work with Antonio as a result of his earlier movies that I’ve seen are very uncooked,” says Holland. “I assume it was the problem of doing a special accent, taking part in the rural child, a interval movie, a brand new director. All the things ticked the bins for me.”
Pattinson performs the preacher, named Preston Teagardin, who feels tremendous bending and breaking the morals of people who usually align themselves along with his occupation. The actor took his knack for spontaneity to the set so as to form the character.
“Rob ready a bunch of concepts and also you don’t know what you’re going to get nevertheless it’s all attention-grabbing,” stated Campos to Leisure Weekly. “The character coming to life — I noticed that in entrance of me after we have been on set.”
Watch the full trailer for “The Devil All the Time” above.