They've starred together in three Avengers films and now, stars Sebastian Stan and Tom Holland can't seem to get away from each other. During a panel at MCM London this weekend, Stan was in the middle of a fan question and answer session when a pre-recorded video of Holland popped up on the screen, surprising the panelist. The Spider-Man star asked Stan a question about The Devil All the Time, a movie the two just wrapped production on in April.
"I can't escape that man," Stan joked in response. "I shit you not, I ran into him on the street last night — I wasn't looking for him and yet, there he was. He's referencing this movie we did together where I got to chase him around with a shotgun. It was probably a highlight of my career."
The film is set to be released on Netflix sometime next year and is an adaptation of a novel of the same name. Directed by Antônio Campos, the film is a period piece in post-World War II Appalachia and follows the story of a grizzled war veteran, a married couple of serial killers, a fake preacher. It stars an ensemble cast including Stan, Holland, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Bill Skarsgård, Jason Clarke, and Harry Melling. Holland's Spider-Man: Far Frome Home co-star Jake Gyllenhaal produced the film along with Riva Marker, Gretchen McGowan, Randall Poster, and Max Born for Nine Stories Productions and Borderline Films.
If you remember back a few months, this is the movie that was initially set to star MCU powerhouse Chris Evans in Stan's role, though the former had to drop out because of a scheduling conflict. Good-guy Evans then personally recommended Stan for the role. Outside of Endgame, Avengers: Infinity War, and Captain America: Civil War, The Devil All the Time marks the first film Holland and Stan have appeared in together.
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You can see both Holland and Stan in Avengers: Endgame in theaters now. Holland will then star alongside Gyllenhall in Far From Home, which swings into theaters July 2nd.0comments