I couldn’t have been extra excited once I heard there was going to be a film starring Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Invoice Skarsgård, and Sebastian Stan. Then the trailer for Netflix’s The Devil All the Time, which relies on the 2011 novel of the similar title, dropped and I wasn’t totally certain what sort of film I used to be taking a look at. The movie, set in Ohio between the finish of WWII and the starting of the Vietnam Conflict, follows a non-linear storyline of varied “disturbed” folks. If something, that is the precise vibe the trailer provides off.
From Tom Holland’s seemingly Southern accent and Sebastian Stan’s tiny hat to Robert Pattinson’s oddly seductive style take a look at, the entire trailer is one wild trip. What’s much more wild is simply how stacked the forged — which incorporates Mia Wasikowska, Riley Keough, Haley Bennett, and Eliza Scanlen — is with expertise. Granted, this is not the crossover I had in thoughts once I envisioned a film with Holland, Pattinson, and Stan, however I assume it is the one we received. As for a way darkish the movie goes to be, primarily based on the small glimpses of violence we see and the truth there is a serial killer (performed by Jason Clarke) concerned . . . it is protected to say it is going to be fairly darkish. You may see for your self when the movie premieres on Netflix on Sept. 16.