Cherry: Everything To Know About The Tom Holland Starrer

Brenda Watkins
January 15, 2021

Things take a bit of a turn when Cherry (Tom Holland) returns home.

The Russos reunite with Tom Holland for Cherry, a crime drama that has the Spider-Man star playing a young OH man in for quite the spiralling journey.

The description reads, "Cherry follows the wild journey of a disenfranchised young man from OH who meets the love of his life, only to risk losing her through a series of bad decisions and challenging life circumstances". After dropping out from college, he joins the military and has a stint serving as an Army medic in Iraq. Joe Russo elaborated on the film being told in six chapters, and how the visuals and direction will reflect those different time periods of Holland's character. And through it all is Emily (Ciara Bravo, A Teacher), the love of his life, who he is at risk of losing. Though he comes back a war hero, it's overshadowed by PTSD which culminates in drug addiction.

Diagnosed with PTSD and becoming addicted to opioids, Cherry turns to bank robbing in order to pay for his addiction.

Tom Holland is heading gritty in his most recent position as the star of Cherry, his approaching Apple Authentic drama from directors Joe and Anthony Russo.

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Prior to its March release on the subscription service, Cherry will open in select theaters on February 26, 2021.

Apple released the first look trailer on social media on Thursday afternoon, you can watch the promotional trailer below for a quick look at the story and cast.

The official synopsis for "Cherry" reads: "In an epic odyssey of romance, war, drug addiction, and crime, a young man (Tom Holland) struggles to find his place in the world".

The Russo Brothers produced along with Mike Larocca, Jonathan Gray, Matthew Rhodes, Jake Aust, and Chris Castaldi.

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