Holland’s Arvin Russell is a good young boy drifted into darkness as he tries to protect his loved ones from God-fearing people who feel fine to engage in criminal and despicable acts.
Netflix has released the first trailer for “The Devil All the Time” featuring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson among its all-star cast. The gothic thriller focuses on sinister characters converge around a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality.
At the center of the story is Arvin Russell (Holland), who receives his late father’s gun on his birthday. Apparently old enough to use the weapon, he is left speechless with the gift and seems reluctant to use it though saying that it’s “the best gift” he’s ever got.
The video then shows other characters in the Bible-thumping town of Knockemstiff, Ohio, where these seemingly God-fearing people feel fine to engage in criminal and despicable acts despite their proclaimed faith. Among the sinners are Carl Henderson (Jason Clarke), a husband with a filthy hobby of taking pictures of women other than his wife Sandy (Riley Keough), and Rev. Preston Teagardin (Pattinson), who gets a little to close to a young girl.
Apparently sensing the preacher’s bad moral, Arvin tries to assure an elderly woman, “That ain’t no preacher.” The young man goes on dissing Rev. Preston, “He’s as bad as they got on the damn radio.” In another scene, he appears to confront the preacher.
As he starts to drift into darkness, Arvin makes an excuse for his future acts as saying, “What I’m about to do, I do because I have to. Not because I want to.”
“Some people are just born to be buried,” reads the synopsis of the movie. “In Knockemstiff, Ohio and its neighboring backwoods, sinister characters – an unholy preacher (Pattinson), twisted couple (Clarke and Keough), and crooked sheriff (Sebastian Stan) – converge around young Arvin Russell (Holland) as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.”
It continues, “Spanning the time between World War II and the Vietnam war, director Antonio Campos’ ‘THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME’ renders a seductive and horrific landscape that pits the just against the corrupted. Co-starring Bill Skarsgard, Mia Wasikowska, Harry Melling, Haley Bennett and Pokey LaFarge, this suspenseful, finely-woven tale is adapted from Donald Ray Pollock’s award-winning novel.”
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Campos said of adapting the novel into a script with his brother Paulo, “It was a hard book to adapt also because there was so much that we loved.” He went on sharing, “I’m a big fan of southern gothic and noir and this was a perfect marriage of the two. Sometimes you might be adapting a piece and you think like, Well, there is a seed of a good idea here and I’ll just throw everything away and start from scratch. In this case it was like, we love everything!”
“The Devil All the Time” is set to premiere September 16 on Netflix.
Jimmy Fallon | Chace Crawford snubbed Chippendales
Chace Crawford turned down the chance to join the Chippendales.
The former ‘Gossip Girl’ star was approached by an agent in the gym who asked him to try out to join the dance troupe, who are known for their striptease routines, but he politely declined the proposal.
Speaking during a virtual appearance on ‘The Tonight Show, he told host Jimmy Fallon: ”That actually is a true story. That was probably back in the first iPhone days…
”I’ve never gotten to fully tell it…I did turn it down.
”I lived in New York, it’s cold, I liked to work out at the gym in my building. Usually no one is ever up there, except this one guy, he would always be up there, you know, smelling good, tight clothes. I thought he was a trainer.”
The 35-year-old actor recalled the man approaching and asking if he was a ”model type”.
He quipped: ”I’m kind of like a work out alone no conversation type.
”I’m teasing, he was very nice.
”He asked me for some headshots…which I usually carry with me to the gym but didn’t have them that day.
”He goes, ‘Hey, I do this bootcamp if you’d like to try out for Chippendales.’ ”
Although Chace declined the approach, he joked that he’d ”really messed up” and should have taken the man up on the offer.
He said: ”This was pre-‘Magic Mike’ days. I really messed up, I should’ve done it.”
The ‘Boys’ actor previously admitted he finds it ”tiresome” that his good looks overshadow his acting talent.
Asked if it’s frustrating to have his talent overshadowed by his looks, he said: ”Well, it’s definitely strange. I guess there are worse problems to have, but it can be a little tiresome because I don’t like attention being drawn to me. I have a specific look and it’s my job to play against that.”
And Chace thinks his hunky good looks led to him being typecast when ‘Gossip Girl’ ended, making landing new jobs difficult.
He added: ”It’s frustrating when you know you’re not getting cast because you look… well, because you’re a heartthrob from this thing. I know this happens and it’s okay.”
Reba McEntire Hopes to Secure ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Co-Creator as Guest on New Podcast
The country star and her co-host Melissa Peterman have recorded 12 episodes of ‘Living and Learning with Reba McEntire’ with other guests including Kristin Chenoweth, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda.
Reba McEntire wants to snag a chat with multiple Emmy Award winner Dan Levy for her new podcast.
The country star and her “Living & Learning with Reba McEntire” co-host Melissa Peterman have already scored big chats with the likes of “9 to 5” stars Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda, but they now want the “Schitt’s Creek” co-creator and star, who was the toast of the Primetime Emmys on Sunday night, September 20.
Reba and Melissa have already recorded 12 episodes, with other guests including Kristin Chenoweth and bestselling author Glennon Doyle, and the singer admits the series has forced her to brush up on hot-button 2020 topics like “cancel culture” and issues such as “rejection and how to deal with it” and “manners” for shows.
But it’s not all serious when she and Melissa get behind the microphone – they end each session with a fun question-and-answer segment, asking guests things like: “Would you rather get pooped on or barfed on?.”
McEntire insists the silliness is intended to bring a little joy to what has been a difficult year for so many.
“You got a happy attitude and a little humor in it at all times,” she says.
“Living & Learning with Reba McEntire” debuted on Monday, September 21. Tune in to the first two episodes here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0UoDFAZCnO8cIhXIXtSeoD.
Jack Osbourne | Jack Osbourne’s youngest daughter has coronavirus
Jack Osbourne‘s daughter Minnie has tested positive for coronavirus.
The three-year-old tot is thought to have contracted the virus from someone who works for her father, Jack, as no-one else in the family – including her mother, Lisa Stelly, her sisters Pearl, eight, and Andy, five, and her grandparents, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne – has tested positive.
Sharon, 67, explained the situation during a virtual appearance on ‘The Talk’ on Monday (21.09.20), as she was supposed to return to the studio but has had to quarantine for two weeks following Minnie’s diagnosis.
She said: ”I was meant to be in the studio, I was so looking forward to it. And then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters has come down with Covid. She’s okay; she’s doing good. I don’t have it. Her daddy doesn’t have it. Her mommy doesn’t have it. Her sisters don’t.
”She got it from somebody who works for my son. And it just goes to show you, she’s 3 years of age, that children can get Covid.”
Sharon insisted she ”keeps testing negative”, but is staying away from the talk show studio for the full two-week quarantine period just to be ”safe”.
She added: ”Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so bad. I’ve got one more week left of quarantining and then I’m out. And as I say, I don’t have it. I keep testing negative, but, you know, you have to be safe.”
Meanwhile, Jack – who has all three of his daughters with his ex-wife Lisa – previously said he wouldn’t let coronavirus kill his father Ozzy Osbourne.
The 34-year-old star made his comments after scientific evidence suggested the virus may have originated in bats, as Ozzy famously bit the head off of one during a concert in 1982.
Jack said: ”Here’s the thing, I am not letting a disease started by bats kill my dad. That’s not how this is going, ok? This is not some giant revenge plot from bats to get my dad back.”
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