Could Tom Holland make his way to an Oscar nomination?
Apple TV + has released the official trailer for cherry. The new film comes from the directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo and is based on Nico Walkereponymous novel from 2019. Cherry stars Tom Holland, Ciara Bravo, Kelli Berglund, Thomas Lennon, Jack Reynor, Michael Gandolfini, and Jeff Wahlberg.
The official Cherry trailer is the biggest preview we’ve had for the Russo brothers’ next film (and the first after Avengers: Endgame) since the first pictures were released in December 2020 for Holland’s character, titled Cherry, on the trip From intermediate high school to military doctor to a young man struggling with PTSD as he sinks further and further into a life of crime and drug addiction. Since those pics were released, fans have also been treated to some mesmerizing Cherry posters and a teaser trailer from Cherry enlisted in the army.
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We’re about to share our full thoughts on the Cherry trailer. For now, watch Holland’s transformation in the Russo Brothers’ new film.
Cherry hits theaters on February 26th before debuting worldwide on Apple TV + on March 12th. Check out the official trailer below. For more information, please see our new film release calendar for 2021.
Here is the official round-up for Cherry:
Cherry follows the wild journey of a disenfranchised young man from Ohio who meets the love of his life only to risk losing it through a series of bad choices and challenging life circumstances. Inspired by the bestselling novel of the same name, Cherry shows Tom Holland in the title role as a carefree figure who moves from dropping out of college to military service in Iraq and is only anchored by his one true love, Emily (Ciara Bravo). When Cherry returns home a war hero, he battles the demons of undiagnosed PTSD and spirals of drug addiction, and surrounds himself with a menagerie of depraved outsiders. Cherry empties his finances and turns to bank robbery to fund his addiction. On the way there, he destroys his relationship with Emily. Bred to screen in bold, grainy ways by visionary directors Anthony and Joe Russo, Cherry is a darkly humorous, unwavering coming-of-age tale of a man in a universal quest for purpose and human connection.
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