We already have a date for the premiere of the next movie coming to Apple TV +, Cherry, a movie directed by the Russo brothers, responsible for the movie Avengers: Endgame, and starring Tom Holland, who is already known for being the last actor who is playing the role of Spiderman in the cinema.
Cherry shows us the story of a soldier returning from war with post-traumatic stress syndrome, hooked on opiates. Shortly after, he becomes addicted to heroin, being forced to rob a bank in order to pay the debts generated by his drug addiction.
Apple seized the rights to Cherry last September. The film is based on the bestseller of the same name written by Nico Walker. Before its premiere on March 12, 2021, it will hit theaters two weeks before, specifically on February 26.
In an interview that Joe and Anthony Russo have given to the magazine Variety, describe the character played by Tom Holland as very volatile and vulnerable.
We think of it as an epic movie, and it’s very much the journey of a person’s life. But it has a bit of a personality torn between being a character study and an epic life cycle.
The Russo brothers claim that they have made six films in a single history, history that begins in the year 2000 and ends today.
The film is divided into six chapters that reflect those different periods, each with a different tone. It is shot with different lenses, with different production designs. You have a magical realism. Another chapter is absurd. Another is horror. There is a bit of romance in it. It is crude in its tone. He is a character in existential crisis.