First trailer for Cherry has come. The Russo Brothers teased the upcoming film last week with a clip showing Tom Holland being signed up for the military. There are some elements of that clip in the trailer, but it all starts to blur as Cherie begins to complete the future premiere of her nightmares. “You get a taste of Holland’s incredible performance in the movie and the range it showcases as an actor,” says Joe Russo. “I think you’re changing him from a teen actor to an adult actor.” Cherry It will premiere in select theaters starting February 26, before streaming on Apple TV + on March 12.
It follows the wild journey of a disgruntled young man from Apple TV + Original Ohio who fulfills the love of his life, only to risk losing him through a series of bad decisions and challenging life circumstances. Inspired by the best-selling novel of the same name, Cherry Features Tom holland As an illiterate character in the title role who flows from leaving college in Iraq to serve as an army medic and is only anchored by his true love, Emily (Sierra Bravo). When Cherry returns home to a war hero, he struggles with drug addiction to the demons of drug PTSD and Spiral, a companion of lost misfits among themselves. While dissolving her finances, Cherry turns to rob the bank to fulfill her addiction, breaking off her relationship with Emily on the way. Brought to the screen in bold, gritty fashion by visionary directors Anthony and Joe Russo, Cherry A deeply comical, unfamiliar story of a man on a universal quest for purpose and human connection.
Tom Holland previously worked with the Russo Brothers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so he already knew he had a strong chemistry and foundation Cherry. “We needed an actor who could bring [the audience] On a journey emotionally, “Joe Russo says.” And there are very few actors who can do like Tom Holland. “The young actor is still playing the role of Peter Parker for Sony and the MCU, while broadening his horizons on the big screen.
Tom is whispered to an Academy Award nomination for Holland, thanks to his powerful performance Cherry. After the arrival of Avengers: Endgame, The Russo Brothers, “basically we could do whatever we wanted.” That line of thought initially led him to Nico Walker’s novel, Cherry, which is relaxing about his own life. “And when we read this novel, it speaks to us so powerfully and personally, and it feels like [tackled] Ongoing crisis. “In particular, rosés are dealing with the OTSid epidemic, while also discovering PTSD.
Joe Russo said, “We are deeply aware of the existential explosion that has gripped the Midwest in many ways and made it a ground zero for the opioid epidemic. We know many people who are very close to us. Have been hurt by the epidemic. “The directing pair negotiated to create authority Cherry While Nico Walker was still in jail on charges of robbing banks. “Tom is playing a character who makes some self-destructive choices, but he is so charismatic and likable,” Joe Russo explains. “It was important to us that the audience go on a journey with him when he makes those choices.”
The end result is a film that is told in six chapters, such as Tom Holland performing four different roles as the title character. Anthony Russo says, “Joe and I have always thought of ourselves as alchemists. We like to mix incompatible ideas and see how they shape and surprise us.” “When things get really slippery, when you’re breaking things together that don’t normally fit together. And that’s exciting for us on a creative level.” as it stands, Cherry Looks like an emotional rollercoaster that will unfortunately hit close to home for a lot of viewers, as the opioid crisis continues in the United States.
Cherry Directed by Angela and Joe Russo from the screenplay of Angela Russo-Otstot and Jessica Goldberg. In addition to Tom Holland and Sierra Bravo, the film also stars Jack Raynor, Michael Rispoli, Jeff Wahlberg, Forest Goodluck and Michael Gandofini. Cherry Produced by Ros, Mike Loroca, Jonathan Gray, Matthew Rhodes, Jake Aust, and Chris Castaldi. It is an executive produced by Christy Grisham, Jude Payne, Wang Zhongjun, Wang Zhonglei, Edward Cheng, Patrick Newall, Angela Russo-Otstot, Todd Makurath, Dan Kaplow, Nico Walker, and Matthew Johnson. You can check first Cherry The trailer above, thanks to the Apple TV YouTube channel.