Spider-Man star Tom Holland says appearing in upcoming Netflix film The Devil All The Time was a "huge step" for him in his acting career.
Based on Donald Ray Pollock's 2011 novel of the same name, the psychological thriller follows corrupt sheriff Lee Bodecker (Marvel's Sebastian Stan), serial-killer couple Carl and Sandy Henderson (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough, respectively), false preacher Preston Teagardin (The Batman's Robert Pattinson) and struggling orphan Arvin Russell (Holland).
"Working with this guy was an absolute pleasure," Holland wrote alongside a picture of himself and director Antonio Campos on Instagram recently. "The Devil All The Time was a huge step for me to take and I can't imagine anyone better to do it with.
"The 16th of September this film is yours on @netflix so let me know what you think and enjoy!"
Pokey LaFarge (The Lone Ranger), Little Women's Eliza Scanlen, Haley Bennett (Swallow), Harry Potter's Harry Melling, Judy and Punch's Mia Wasikowska and IT actor Bill Skarsgård round out the movie's star-studded cast.
Last month, Holland opened up about why he was keen to appear in a picture directed by Campos, whose past works include The Sinner, The Punisher and Christine.
"I was really eager to work with Antonio because his previous films that I've seen are very raw," Holland told Entertainment Weekly. "I guess it was the challenge of doing a different accent, playing the rural kid, a period film, a new director. Everything ticked the boxes for me."
The Devil All The Time is due to premiere on Netflix on September 16, 2020.
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