Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Robert Pattinson Star in New Netflix Film The Devil All the Time

Credit: Marvel, WB

Credit: Marvel, WB

While the coronavirus pandemic has shut down TV and film productions, a new Netflix film titled The Devil All the Time has been in the works since early 2019 that features a star-studded cast, set to be released on the streaming service this fall.

Netflix recently announced that The Devil All the Time from Marvel's The Punisher director Antonio Campos will be available globally on September 16th. Based on the 2011 book by Donald Ray Pollock, The Devil All the Time is a psychological thriller that follows the lives of several different people in southern Ohio in the 1960s who have been damaged by the effects of World War II.

The upcoming film stars Spider-Man actor Tom Holland along with Marvel Cinematic Universe co-star Sebastian Stan, who is set to reprise his superhero role in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Not only that but DC's Robert Pattinson, who's the next actor to take on Batman's mantle will be starring in the movie as well. Of course, we can't forget the likes of IT's Bill Skarsgard, It Comes at Night's Riley Keough, Pet Sematary's Jason Clarke, The Girl on the Train's Haley Bennett, Alice in Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska, Little Women's Eliza Scanlen, Harry Potter alum Harry Melling, and Pokey LaFarge.

Campos co-wrote the adaptation with Paulo Campos, to be produced by Jake Gyllenhaal, Randall Poster, and Riva Marker through Ninestories Production. The Devil All the Time is set for release on September 16.

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