Tom Holland is a young Hollywood talent and is really known to many audiences for his role as Spider-Man in the Marvel movie universe. However, in recent years, the actor, born in 1996, is also trying to prove his diverse role-playing ability with a series of new projects including major studios around the world. One of them is Cherry – the film that Holland will not play the hero of against crooks, but even has a hobby of robbing a bank to get money to buy opium.
Trailer Cherry aired: Tom Holland temporarily stored Spider-Man suit to become a notorious bank robber in the new Russo brothers’ new work.
Based on the book of the same name by Nico Walker (who wrote stories based on his own life), Cherry revolves around the character of Holland (Nico Walker), a former military officer suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder ( PTSD) when returning home after fierce wars. This makes him constantly haunted by past memories and sometimes even hear “strange sounds” in his mind. The thought of having a peaceful life with her lover Emily (Ciara Bravo) when returning from the battlefield to the United States, but it was PTSD that made their lives impossible to return as before.
Not only suffering from psychological trauma, Nico Walker also abused opioid painkillers (including opium) to the point of becoming addicted. And to have money to pay for these expensive drugs, he decided to rob the local bank where he lived. Walker commits so many robberies that he claims his identity and identity are no stranger to the banks here.
However, instead of being rude and rude, he turned each robbery into an art performance, with immutable rules such as not insulting women, especially standing people. in front of your gun. At the beginning of the trailer, we can also see that Walker was quite polite to inform the teller he was about to rob the bank by writing on a note and gently showing it to her.
No longer a “friendly neighbor” in Spider-Man, Tom Holland has become a very different character, more introspective in Cherry.
One of the most confusing details in the trailer is the fact that Walker keeps repeating the lines: “I’ve seen everything that is going to happen to me. And it was a nightmare“. It is not clear whether this is the result of PTSD, or if Cherry will include in science fiction details such as insight into the future. Perhaps the audience will only get the most accurate answer. Only one thing is for sure: Cherry will be an emotional journey of love, helping Walker get back to his true self after the trauma of war.
Cherry is the work that marks Tom Holland’s 3rd collaboration with the Russo brothers, after Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Angela Russo – Otstot and Jessica Goldberg are in charge of the script for this film. In addition, Cherry also welcomed a number of other notable faces such as Jack Reynor, Michael Rispoli, Forrest Goodluck, Michael Gandolfini or Thomas Lennon.
As expected, Cherry will premiere on February 26 at theaters that are allowed to operate around the world. The drama will then continue to air on Apple TV + on March 12. As for Tom Holland personally, after Cherry, he still has a lot of other works waiting to be released this year, including Chaos Walking and Spider-Man 3 of the MCU.
According to Cinemablend