‘Cherry’: Tom Holland Tackles His Most Mature Role Yet for an Oscars Play
Tom Holland takes on his most serious role so far in Anthony and Joe Russo’s “Cherry,” the filmmakers’ first outing following the box office smash “Avengers: Endgame.” Before a virtual crowd of journalists and industry voters, the film was screened with a live conversation with the cast and filmmakers moderated by Oscar nominee and “Iron Man” star Robert Downey Jr.Distributed by Apple TV Plus, the film tells the story of an unnamed army medic who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and addiction, leading him to become a serial bank robber.
It’s adapted from the book by Nico Walker.The film looks to break into the Oscar race in various categories.
Still, the bulky runtime with multiple chapters may keep it outside in the major awards categories like best picture.Holland, who emerged on the scene with J.A.
Bayona’s “The Impossible” in 2012, has always been a capable actor,
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