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Will there be a sequel of Tom Holland’s ‘The Devil All the Time’? Know more!

The Devil All the Time sequel

The short and sweet plot summary of Netflix’s The All-Time Devil reads: “A young man is on a mission for protecting his close ones in a city full of corruption and sinister characters.” There is nothing wrong with it, of course, but when you sit down to watch the movie, you will realize how expansive and brutal it is.

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At first glance, The Devil All the Time doesn’t seem like a movie made for a sequel. However, until the end, you can’t help but feel like there is room for more.

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We had a word with The Devil All the Time co-writer and director Antonio Campos and had to ask him if a sequel was something he sees the future for the people of Knockemstiff. 

“I would love to create a Knockemstiff universe,” Campos said (Knockemstiff is, of course, the city where the film is set), “and keep visiting this world and these characters if someone gives me the opportunity.” “As with many movies with hopes for sequels, a big part of the determining factor is whether the first movie performs well.

Netflix is ​​notoriously suspicious of its audience, but based on our positive response to The Devil All the Time, a sequel seems like a real possibility. There’s also the fact that the story itself is a prominent backdrop for more information.

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For starters, you can follow Tom Hollands Arvin on the next adventures after escaping from his family’s legacy, or God’s will, if you believe what the characters themselves believe, that his family imposed on him. At the end of the movie, he is caught hitchhiking and travels to Cincinnati to start a new life. After all, he is optimistic about his future.

“I would love to create a Knockemstiff universe,”

Campos say Knockemstiff is, of course, the city the film is set in), “and keep visiting this world and these characters if someone gives me the opportunity.” As with many sequel hopes, a big part of the determining factor is whether the first movie does well.

Netflix is notoriously wary of its audience, but based on our positive response to The Devil All the Time, a sequel seems like a real possibility. There’s also the fact that the story itself is a prominent backdrop for other stories.

For starters, after escaping his family’s legacy or God’s will, if you believe what the characters think their family has, you can follow Tom Hollands Arvin on the next adventure tax. At the end of the movie, police caught him hitchhiking and drives to Cincinnati to start a new life. After all, he is optimistic about his future.

 

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