First look at Apple TV+ film 'Cherry' showcases Tom Holland's journey
What you need to know
- We have our first look at Cherry, starring Tom Holland.
- The first look also includes an interview with the Russo brothers.
Vanity Fair has posted a first look at Cherry, the upcoming Russo brothers film and their first since Avengers: Endgame. News had broke that the film would be coming to Apple TV+ back in September.
Tom Holland plays the main character, a kid from Cleveland who, after returning with PTSD from the Iraq War, resorts to robbing banks to fund his drug habit.
Director Anthony Russo says that, while the film focuses on one person's journey, they still view the project as an epic film.
Director Joe Russo talks about how the team used different equipment to bring a unique personality to each part of the story that they wanted to tell.
Russo went on to say that they hope that the film causes people to empathize with those who are suffering from PTSD and opioid addiction.
Cherry will debut in theaters on February 26, 2021, and then premiere globally on Apple TV+ on March 12, 2021.
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