Available since September 16 on Netflix, The Devil, All the Time by Antonio Campos tells the story of young Arwin Russell, tormented by his past, who will face malicious people bringing his life. This horrific thriller, adapted from the novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock, brings together an impressive cast including Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgard, Mia Wasikowska and Sebastian Stan.
But the latter, known for his role as Bucky in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was not originally planned for the cast. It is his colleague in Avengers Chris Evans, alias Captain America, who was to play his character Sheriff Lee Bodecker. At the time of production of the movie The Devil, all the time Chris Evans was too busy as stated Deadline. The actor was going to start filming the Apple TV + series Defending Jacob and he was also committed to the film Infinite by Antoine Fuqua.
Because of this scheduling problem, Chris Evans had to cancel his participation in the thriller produced by Netflix. But the actor didn’t hesitate to warmly recommend his MCU partner Sebastian Stan who was ultimately cast to replace him in The Devil, all the time. The actor also finds there Tom Holland, another Avengers partner who plays Spider-Man.
The trailer for The Devil, All the Time, available on Netflix: