Tom Holland’s Upcoming Film Cherry Gets New FYC Posters

Tom Holland's upcoming film Cherry sees FYC posters pop up in New York, indicating a heavy campaign for Academy Awards.
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Tom Holland stans better buckle up, as some new FYC posters of Hollands upcoming movie Cherry have appeared in New York.

Cherry is based on the book by the same name, written by Nico Walker. The synopsis:


In Cherry, an Army medic suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder becomes a serial bank robber after an addiction to drugs puts him in debt.

Tom Holland And Cherry Get Early Awards Push

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Over on Twitter, user Eric Cameron now shared 5 new FYC (which is Academy Awards season language meaning “for your consideration”) posters of the upcoming Apple TV+ original.

It looks like Tom Holland is going to quite some changes over the course of the movie and it will be exciting to see his performance in the movie. And if all the Awards Adverts pay off and Cherry will become an Awards contender. I am currently reading the book and I can say that there is some huge potential for both the movie and definitely the performances to be something incredible.

The posters are additional ones to the first FYC poster that was released by Variety a few day ago.

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THis poster caused a little fun conversation on social media, because the first released version had an error, which happened to remove parts of the title, so instead of Cherry, many people read ‘Cherkk’, but the digital misprint was quickly corrected by Variety.

Cherry stars Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo, and it was directed by the Russo Brothers (Avengers: Endgame). It will be released in cinemas February 26, 2021 and on Apple TV+ March 16, 2021.

What do you guys think? Are you excited for the movie? Do you like the posters? Let’s discuss everything in the comments down below and on our Twitter.


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