'Cherry', which stars Tom Holland and is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, has gotten a trailer. The actor and directors previously worked together on 'Captain America: Civil War', 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame'.
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."
Holland plays a U.S. Army medic who returns home to the suburbs of Ohio and develops an opioid addiction while struggling with PTSD.
His wife (played by newcomer Ciara Bravo) is also an addict, and the couple start robbing banks to fund their drug habit.
The supporting cast includes Bill Skarsgård, Irish actor Jack Reynor, and Forrest Goodluck.
Holland would be best known for playing Spider-Man.
However the young actor previously demonstrated his dramatic acting chops in the Netflix movie 'The Devil All the Time.'
Don't be surprised if he gets awards attention for his performance here.
'Cherry' will premiere on Apple TV+ on March 12th after opening in select theatres from February 26th.