The Devil All the Time proved to be a hit for Netflix. Sporting an all-star cast, the crime drama garnered positive reviews and was immensely popular among Netflix users. The film, directed by Antonio Campos, was based on the novel of the same name written by Donald Ray Pollock. The Devil All The Time followed Tom Holland’s character, Arvil Eugene Russell, and an array of characters in the post-World War II South as they navigate through a gothic southern landscape rife with corrupt lawmen, shady preachers, and other dark elements.
Campos was able to weave an intricate, decades-spanning story with the help of an impressive cast that included such actors as Sebastian Stan and Robert Pattinson. However, it was Tom Holland’s role in the film that garnered much of the attention due to his surprising turn in such a dark film in comparison to his well-known Spider-Man films. It was certainly a change of pace for Holland. The ensemble cast impressed in this gritty Netflix original, but what are some notable future roles that are lined up for some of the actors involved in the film? Some are highly anticipated comic-book films, while others have prestige mini-series lined up. This is what the cast of The Devil All The Time can be seen in next.
Holland definitely surprised audiences and critics with his dramatic turn for The Devil All The Time. It was surprising to see the young actor appear in such a dark and gritty film, after all, audiences had grown accustomed to his lighthearted portrayal of Spider-Man prior to appearing in the Netflix film.
Luckily, fans have yet another Spider-Man sequel to look forward to with Holland returning as the friendly neighborhood hero. The much anticipated Spider-Man: No Way Home isn’t the only action film lined up for the young actor. He will then be appearing in the long-awaited film adaptation of the popular video-game, Uncharted.
Not to be outdone by Holland, Pattinson will be throwing his hat in the superhero-film ring when he appears as Bruce Wayne in The Batman. The film, directed by Matt Reeves, will follow Pattinson’s unhinged Batman in his second year of crimefighting as he faces off against The Riddler, played by Paul Dano.
The newest addition to the endless appearances of Batman onscreen is set to be released in 2022. Joining Pattinson in the Caped Crusader’s adventure is Zoe Kravitz as Cat Woman, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, and Colin Farrell in an unrecognizable turn as the villainous Penguin.
The Devil All The Time was a bit of a Marvel reunion for Stan and Holland. Stan of course is most recognized for his portrayal of Bucky Barnes in The Captain America film series as well as Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Stan will be ditching his metal arm for a pair of drum sticks as he tackles the role of Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee for the Hulu limited series, Pam & Tommy. The limited series will follow the real-life scandal involving the stolen sex tape filmed by Lee and his then-wife Pamela Anderson played by Lily James.
Bill Skarsgard made a name for himself as Pennywise The Clown before his appearance in The Devil All The Time. His star has only risen since. The actor can next be seen in the fourth film of the John Wick series, John Wick: Chapter 4.
While details surrounding his character have yet to be revealed, it’s safe to bet that he will either be shooting at Keanu Reeves’ character or will be shot by him.
Riley Keough’s next project is sure to make her mother and grandfather proud. The daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and granddaughter of Elvis Presley will be starring in the Amazon limited series, Daisy Jones & The Six. Keough will be unleashing her music chops as she plays Daisy Jones, lead singer of the fictional 1970s band Daisy Jones & The Six. The series will follow the fictional rock band as they become the biggest band in the world before disbanding at the height of their success. The series is expected to air by 2022.
Gone are the days where Harry Melling would terrorize poor Harry Potter onscreen. The English actor has branched out since playing Dudley Dursing, the spoiled cousin to Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry Potter.
The Devil All The Time saw Melling portray a much more sinister character in Roy Laferty, a preacher who is a little too friendly with spiders. Melling can next be seen in Joel Cohen’s much-anticipated adaptation of The Tragedy Macbeth, starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand. Melling will be playing the character of Malcolm.
It was time for Hellraiser to join the fray of horror reboots. It will be doing so with the addition of Drew Starkey to its cast. The reboot, starring Jamie Clayton as the infamous Cenobite Pinhead, will be released on Hulu in 2022.
Starkey played a bully in The Devil All The Time but hopefully, his character won’t be trying to do that with Pinhead, considering the horrific things they’re likely to do to him.
Jason Clarke creeped out audiences in The Devil All The Time as the murderous Carl Henderson, husband to the equally sadistic Sandy Henderson played by Keough. In the film, Clarke’s character takes pleasure in seeing his wife have sex with random hitchhikers right before he murders them and takes pictures of the horrifying deed.
Thankfully, Clarke won’t be involved in any type of murderous cuckolding for his next role as he is set to play Lakers legend and happily married man, Jerry West in an Untitled Los Angeles Lakers Project. The limited series produced by HBO and created by Adam McKay, Max Borenstein, and Jim Hecht will feature a talented cast playing some Laker legends.
Notable cast members will include John C. Riley as the late Lakers owner, Jerry Buss, Oscar Winner Adrien Brody, and Pat Riley. The miniseries will be released sometime in 2022.