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Here’s First Look of Tom Holland at Netflix’s ‘The Devil All the Time’


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The first images of Netflix‘s upcoming drama The Devil All the Time have arrived, star Tom Holland immediately glancing at all the incredible thousands of yards. These new pictures are a month ahead of director/co-writer Antonio Campos‘s (After School, Simon Killer) premiere of the new movie on the streaming platform.

Here are just a few new pictures from The Devil All The Time to tease the drama that has spanned decades with Tom Holland at its heart. In the film, Spider-Man: Far From Home actor plays Arvin Russell, a young man carrying the burden of family trauma and weathering the ups and downs of the mid-20th century. Without giving a lot away to the plot, Campos touched on what those highs and lows are.


[The Devil All the Time] is a multi-strand narrative between the end of World War II and the start of American involvement in Vietnam, in which the motley group of characters lives.”
The following additional images can be seen with some of the other characters that play a role in this multi-strand narrative, along with Holland‘s Arvin.

Tom Holland in The Devil All the Time

What we get is a look of Robert Pattinson‘s maybe shady character Russell Teagardin, Jason Clarke and Riley Keough as Carl and Sandy Henderson, and Bill Skarsgård as Arvin‘s father, Willard Russell.

The Devil All the Time is adapted from Donald Ray Pollock‘s 2011 novel of the same name. The Devil All the Time also stars Sebastian Stan, Mia Wasikowska, Harry Melling, Eliza Scanlen, and Haley Bennett. Campos, with his brother Paulo Campos, has adapted the script from the Pollock novel.

The Devil All The Time is all set for a Netflix release on September 16th. You can check out the other new pictures of Campos‘ Mid Century play below.

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