RPatz Movie 'The Devil All The Time' Drops On Wednesday On Netflix
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Having just watched Robert Pattinson go to war with the future in Christopher Nolan's Tenet, we're ready for our next fix of the Twilight favourite - so it's just as well that The Devil All The Time drops on Wednesday 16th September.
Based on Donal Ray Pollock novel of the same name, the Netflix thriller is described as a "finely woven Midwestern gothic tale" set in rural southern Ohio and West Virginia.
You can set the mood (which, if you hadn't already guessed, is dark and intense) by watching the trailer here:
Beyond R.Patz, the remainder of the cast is just as killer, too.
Appearing on screen will be (brace yourselves) Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgård, Riley Keough, Jason Clarke, Sebastian Stan, Robert Pattinson, Haley Bennett, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Harry Melling and Pokey LaFarge.
Directed by Antonio Campos, and based on a screenplay adaptation of Pollock's novel written by Antonio and Paulo Campos, the movie stretches from the aftermath of World War II through to the 1960s.
The action takes place in the shadowy backwoods of Knockemstiff, Ohio, which is inhabited by strange and sinister characters who are struggling with the psychological damage caused by the war.
R.Patz gets his creep on as Preston Teagardin, a not-so-holy preacher with a wondering eye, and the nephew of local Reverend Sykes.
Elsewhere, tormented veteran Willard Russell (played by Bill Skarsgård) prays hard for the recovery of his wife, Charlotte, sick with cancer.
All the while, husband-and-wife serial killer duo Carl and Sandy Henderson (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough) cruise America's highways on the hunt for potential models to "photograph and exterminate".
And at the heart of it all, Arvin Eugene Russell (Tom Holland), grows up refusing to be influenced by the corruption surrounding him.
Talking about R.Patz's portrayal of disgraceful preacher Preston, director Antonio Campos told Entertainment Weekly: "Rob prepared a bunch of ideas and you don't know what you're going to get but it's all interesting.
"The character coming to life - I saw that in front of me when we were on set."
The Devil All The Time drops on Netflix on Wednesday 16th September.
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