Watch: Trailer for Tom Holland drama Cherry
Tom Holland is a very long way from Peter Parker in the very first trailer for Cherry— his brand-new collaboration with Avengers: Endgame duo the Russo Brothers.
The 24- year-old Brit plays a previous combat medic struggling with PTSD who begins robbing banks in order to feed his drug addiction.
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Ciara Bravo stars as the character’s girlfriend, with Jack Reynor, Forrest Goodluck and Michael Gandolfini likewise in the cast.
It’s based on a 2018 novel by Nico Walker, who is presently serving a prison sentence for bank robbery and wrote the book on a typewriter in his cell.
The trailer features Holland’s character talking his method through the process of bank robberies, communicating hazards to cashiers by means of threatening writing on dollar expenses.
It likewise traces the title character’s increasingly loose grasp of reality and the toll his dependency is taking on him.
The movie is the most recent project from the Russos’ production business AGBO, which has formerly caused Netflix mega-hit Extraction and the Chadwick Boseman thriller 21 Bridges
Cherry marks the most recent step in a transition to adult functions for the Spider-Man actor, who also took on darker product for the 2020 thriller The Devil All the Time.
It’s also the very first directorial trip for the Russos considering that they helmed the highest-grossing film of all time, so it’s not just Holland with something to show about what they can attain without a little bit of spandex in sight.
Far from his darker side, Holland is currently hard at work on his latest MCU effort– the as-yet-untitled third Spider-Man solo motion picture.
Benedict Cumberbatch is already validated to appear as Medical professional Strange and there are consistent rumours of old faces from previous Spider-Man universes.
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This recommends Peter might be accessing the multiverse for real this time in the wake of the Jake Gyllenhaal fake-out in 2019’s Far From Home
Cherry will be launched worldwide through Apple TELEVISION on 12 March, while Spider-Man 3 is set for December.
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