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In any case, there is a huge contrast between what Tom Holland did while at the MCU and how he dealt with preparing for his job at Russos’ Cherry. The film tells the story of its character of the same name, played by Tom Holland, a former PTSD fighter who looks at a little boy (Ciara Bravo) with starry eyes and searches banks to pay for drugs. During a new Q&A attended by CinemaBlend and other media sources, Joe Russo shared what he saw of the two teenage entertainers to nail their exhibits:
You really and truly destroyed yourself for it. I just have to increase that, you know, Tom has lost about a quarter of his body weight. I realize Ciara lost a lot of weight and you understand what it looks like if you do this for some time and you consistently live with it. You are starving yourself and will edit and manage these really complete scenes. These two really self-destructed. Praise to all of you, since you uncovered yourselves, you’ve been roughening up for these exhibitions to get as much legitimacy as can be expected in return. It’s probably the most amazing presentation work we’ve ever done. In addition, the two were at a real expense.
It seems like Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo are both wildly devoted to their roles in Cherry – especially given the way various entertainers like George Clooney had medical problems when they changed their weight drastically. Without a doubt, the main pictures we’d seen of Cherry a few months earlier indicated that Tom Holland was basically unrecognizable in the film.
While this is far from a total shock, it is decent for the Russo siblings to give the animators credit for a job well done to seek legitimacy in their exhibits. The Avengers movies alone have shown that bosses expect a sizable amount from their stars, and they generally seem to be figuring out how to get the most out of them.
Cherry, like other films since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, has been shown on numerous stages so fans far and wide will have alternatives when they see it. It hits theaters on February 26th and will be available on AppleTV + on March 12th.