The author participated in the making of the movie in a unique way.
There's not a lot that Robert Pattinson can do that won't inspire debate at this point.
This Netflix thriller could have turned out very differently if one simple change was made.
With The Devil All the Time now streaming on Netflix, I recently spoke to director Antonio Campos about making his adaptation of Donald Ray Pollack’s award-winning novel. During the wide-ranging conversation he talked about assembling the amazing cast, how half his job is working out scheduling which is something don’t teach in film school, deleted scenes, when he knew he wanted to include a narrator, and a lot more. [caption id="attachment_929761" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via Netflix[/caption] If you’re not familiar with The Devil All the Time, the star-studded drama takes …
While you might think after playing Pennywise so brilliantly in director Andy Muschietti’s two It movies that Bill Skarsgård wouldn’t get nervous when taking on a new role, but you’d be mistaken. In fact, Skarsgård told me he wasn’t sure he could pull off his character in director Antonio Campos’ adaptation of Donald Ray Pollack’s award-winning novel, The Devil All the Time. He went on to reveal that he actually auditioned for the role and even after he booked the film, he was unsure he could pull it off. It was interesting …
Antonio Campos’ The Devil All the Time is a hard watch, yet offers a talented ensemble trying to cope in a brutal landscape that gives no salvation.
Netflix has released the trailer for The Devil All the Time, starring Tom Holland as a young man surrounded by a cast of unsavory characters eking out an existence in rural, post-World War II Ohio through the '60s. The Devil All the Time marks Holland's first live-action role since 2019's Spider-Man: Far From Home and sees the actor going in a very different direction from his work in the MCU. Directed by Antonio Campos (Simon Killer), The Devil All the Time follows Arvin Russell (Holland), a young man who loses both his parents (Bill Skarsgå…
Netflix has released the official poster for The Devil All the Time, director Antonio Campos' feature film follow-up to 2017's Christine. Campo and his brother, Paulo Campos, have adapted the Donald Ray Pollock's 2011 movie of the same name into a star-studded drama whose events stretch across the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. The poster may not tease much in the way of the movie's plot, but it is a great reminder that it boasts one hell of a cast. Tom Holland gets top billing as the movie's protagonist, put-upon Ohioan Arvin Russell who …
The first images from Netflix's upcoming drama The Devil All the Time have arrived, with star Tom Holland immediately pulling all the focus with an incredible thousand-yard stare. These new images arrive a little over a month ahead of director/co-writer Antonio Campos' (Afterschool, Simon Killer) newest movie premiering on the streaming platform. [caption id="attachment_916805" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Netflix/EW[/caption] Only a handful of new images from The Devil All the Time (via Entertainment Weekly) are here to tease the decades-spanning drama with Holland at its heart. In the movie, the …