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Netflix’s highly anticipated new movie The Devil All the Time features a stellar cast. Here’s where you recognize the actors from.

Netflix’s upcoming psychological thriller The Devil All the Time features a star-studded cast; here’s where you know the actors from. Directed and co-written by Antonio Campos, the film is based on Donald Ray Pollock’s novel of the same name. It follows the dark and gritty journey of protagonist Arvin Russell as he fights against the evil he sees all around him, determined to keep his loved ones safe.

Set in the southern town of Knockemstiff, Ohio, The Devil All the Time follows a cast of characters in a post-World War II society riddled with corruption and wickedness. The film promises to be chilling and intense, exploring themes of violence, religion, and morality.

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Early reviews of the film have praised the performances of the cast, especially Tom Holland, who will be appearing in his first non-Marvel live action role since The Current War in 2018. Let’s take a look at the cast of Netflix’s The Devil All the Time and where you might recognize the actors from.

The Devil All the Time’s Main Cast

Tom Holland The Devil All The Time

Tom Holland as Arvin Russell: A young man, fighting to protect those he loves from the cruel world they inhabit. Holland is best known for his role as the MCU’s Spider-Man, appearing most recently in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Riley Keough as Sandy Henderson: Wife of Carl and the subject of some of his photographs. Keough has appeared in leading roles in films like Mad Max: Fury Road, American Honey, Magic Mike, and Logan Lucky (with co-star Sebastian Stan).

Jason Clarke as Carl Henderson: A photographer who travels with his wife. Clarke is known for his roles in Zero Dark Thirty, Mudbound, Terminator Genysis, and 2019’s Pet Sematary. Clarke previously appeared with co-star Mia Wasikowska in the 2012 film Lawless.

Bill Skarsgård as Willard Russell: Arvin’s father and a veteran of World War II. He leaves behind a complicated legacy for his son. Skarsgård is known for playing Pennywise the Clown in the IT films directed by Andy Muschietti. He can also be seen in Netflix’s original series Hemlock Grove and Hulu’s Castle Rock.

Sebastian Stan as Lee Bodecker: A troubled sheriff with a grim world outlook. Stan is best known for his portrayal of Bucky Barnes (aka, The Winter Soldier) in the MCU. Audiences will also recognize him from leading roles in films like I, TonyaThe Martian, and TV series Gossip Girl.

Robert Pattinson as Preston Teagardin: An impassioned preacher who may not be as righteous as he claims. Pattinson is most famous for portraying Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise, and will be appearing as Bruce Wayne in the highly anticipated DC film The Batman. He can also be seen in Tenet, The Lighthouse, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The Devil All the Time’s Supporting Cast

Haley Bennett as Charlotte Russell: Bennett is known for her roles in 2016’s The Magnificent Seven, psychological thriller The Girl on the Train, Music and Lyrics, and Marley & Me.

Eliza Scanlen as Lenora Laferty: Scanlen can be seen as Beth March in Greta Gerwig’s Little Women, protagonist Milla in the film Babyteeth, and as Amma Crellin in HBO’s Sharp Objects.

Mia Wasikowska as Helen Hatton: Wasikowska is best known for portraying Alice in Disney’s live action Alice in Wonderland and for leading roles in 2013’s Stoker and the horror movie Crimson Peak.

Harry Melling as Roy Laferty: Melling is famous for portraying Dudley Dursley in the Harry Potter franchise and has recently appeared in Netflix’s The Old Guard and Coen Brothers film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.

Douglas Hodge as Tater Brown: In addition to a storied career in live theatre, Hodge can be seen in 2019’s Joker, Hulu’s The Great, Netflix’s Lost in Space, Black Mirror, and the film The Report.

Pokey LaFarge as Theodore: LaFarge is an actor and musician with eight studio releases to his name. He can also be seen in 2013’s The Lone Ranger and CMT series Sun Records.

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Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather has become a beloved voice of reason, knowledge, and experience for many Americans on social media the past few years. At 88, Rather has seen more than most of us, and as a journalist, he’s had a front row seat as modern history has played out. He combines that lifetime of experience and perspective with an eloquence that hearkens to a time when eloquence mattered, he called us to our common American ideals with his book “What Unites Us,” and he comforts many of is with his repeated message to stay “steady” through the turmoil the U.S. has been experiencing.

All of that is to say, when Dan Rather sounds the alarm, you know we’ve reached a critical historical moment.

Yesterday, President Trump again refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power after the election when directly asked if he would—yet another democratic norm being toppled. Afterward, Rather posted the following words of wisdom—and warning—to his nearly three million Facebook fans:

“There is no more time for silence. There is no more time for choosing party over country. There is no more time for weighing the lesser of two evils. All women and men of conscience must speak or they are complicit in America lurching towards a dangerous cliff of autocracy and chaos.

This is a moment of reckoning unlike any I have seen in my lifetime. I have seen this country in deep peril, as the hungry begged for sustenance during the Great Depression, as the Nazis marched across Europe and the Japanese across Asia, as missiles were moved into Cuba, as our political leaders were murdered, as a president ran a criminal conspiracy from the Oval Office, as planes were hijacked into skyscrapers. All of these were scary times, but through it all I never worried about a president actively undermining American democracy and inciting violence to do so – even Nixon, for all of his criminal activity.

What Donald Trump said today are the words of a dictator. To telegraph that he would consider becoming the first president in American history not to accept the peaceful transfer of power is not a throw-away line. It’s not a joke. He doesn’t joke. And it is not prospective. The words are already seeding a threat of violence and illegitimacy into our electoral process.

I suspect he is doing this because he feels he needs to. It is the same reason he sought dirt on Joe Biden, because he is deeply afraid of losing. Losing an election could mean losing in a court of law. It could mean prison time and ruin. But I suspect Trump’s motives are more instinctual. He needs to hold on to power for the sake of power. He cannot lose, even if he has to cheat to win. Even if he has to blow up American democracy. He considers little if any about 200,000 plus deaths from COVID. Why would he care about our Constitution or Bill of Rights?

There is no sugarcoating the dangers and darkness we live in. But I remain heartened that the majority of Americans do not want this. Trump is in danger of losing states that he should be winning handily. Yes, his base is energized and numerous. But so is the opposition. I have seen opposition parties in foreign countries channel the morality of their causes to bring great change. And most of those opposition movements didn’t have the strength, power, and resources of those who stand against Donald Trump.

Donald Trump has himself defined the stakes of the election. This is a battle for American democracy as we’ve known it. We are well past warning shots. Allies across the political spectrum are ringing alarm bells. Right now, all those seeking to defeat Donald Trump know winning a close election may not be enough. The size of a victory will likely matter. Failing that, what happens? I don’t know. But I would say we all should try to remain steady. Try to conserve our energy for the battles ahead. Be committed to your community, your country, and your conscience. If enough Americans of decency and courage come together, the future of this nation can be better, fairer, and more just.”

Thank you, sir, for reminding us of the true American values that should always be kept front and center, and for keeping us from slipping into despair over what we see happening to our democracy and over how many people seem blind to the reality right in front of them. You are truly a national treasure, Mr. Rather.

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Ellen DeGeneres’ Talk Show Reportedly Has A ‘More Positive and Enthusiastic’ Vibe




Karen Belz has written for sites such as Bustle, HelloGiggles, Romper, and So Yummy. She’s the mom of a sassy toddler and drinks an alarming amount of Sugar-Free Red Bull in order to keep up with her.

Ellen DeGeneres is doing everything she can to help revive her show after rumors and allegations nearly destroyed it.

After it was revealed that Ellen isn’t as kind off-screen as she portrays on her show, she began losing her fan base. The fact that three producers were fired from the show for alleged sexual assault and harassment didn’t help. Around this time, there were also rumors that her staff was left clueless and unpaid after her show started taping from her home. In short, the host and comedian didn’t have a good summer.

While many people believe that she took action just to save face, the vibe on set seems remarkably better this year, according to sources.

It may be too early to tell for sure. But the improvements that were made may have been what was missing all along. One big change? Ellen distributor WarnerMedia finally hired an HR executive who’s there to work with the staff — and not the higher-ups. She reportedly is also offering employees some additional time off.

Supposedly, Ellen has made good on her promise to interact with the staff more. Prior to, rumors went around that you couldn’t look Ellen in the eye. While she never openly admitted that this was true, she vowed to end the rumor for good during a video call she had with her staff prior to the show’s return.

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‘The Boys’ Is Getting A Spinoff Series Set At A Superhero College




The big story about Season 2 of The Boys has been fan anger about, well, there not being enough of the show to go around. So perhaps news that another show in the superhero-infested universe that it occupies will be enough to sate the masses. Reports on Thursday indicated that Amazon is already working on a college-themed spinoff to series, adding to an ever-growing Vought Industries-run universe where Season 3 of The Boys is already on the way.

According to Variety (and confirmed in a press release), Amazon has “fast-tracked” a spinoff of The Boys that will have a much younger superhero cast with all the raunch and brutality of the original:

The spinoff is set at America’s only college exclusively for young adult superheroes (or “supes”) that is run by Vought International. It is described as an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the best cities. Part college show, part Hunger Games — with all the heart, satire and raunch of “The Boys.”

According to the Amazon press release, The Boys‘ second season scored the most-watched global launch of any Amazon Original series, and Season 2 has doubled the global audience of Season 1 within two weeks. In a few more weeks, the season finale will air, with production on Season 3 to come.

Many behind the scenes of The Boys will usher the spinoff into existence. Craig Rosenberg, a writer and executive producer on the original, will write the pilot and serve as showrunner. He will also executive produce along with The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke, who perhaps was hinting at this news when he posted a cryptic video of Homelander getting mad at all the bad ratings fans frustrated with the weekly episode release cycle have left. Maybe having a lot more The Boys to go along will be enough to turn fan opinion around, as Amazon clearly seems excited about the show and wants to give everyone involved what they want: more.

(Via Variety)

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