You know him from the Twilight series... But you'll get to see him in, "The Devil All The Time" on Netflix. As I sat here watching the trailer for this film, I couldn't help but notice Robert Pattinson's Southern Accent. Lol Honestly I never pictured him doing a southern accent but he pulls it off. Not too shabby... I may have to watch this one for Halloween this year.
What do you think?
Robert Pattinson had a special treat for everyone making Netflix's newest drama, "The Devil All the Time," when he showed up on set for his first day of work.
When he opened his mouth, he had a high-pitched Southern drawl that he had been crafting in his room for days and didn't let anyone hear — not even the movie's director, Antonio Campos.
The movie, available now on Netflix, is based on the 2011 Donald Ray Pollock novel, which is set in southern Ohio and West Virginia after World War II and looks at a group of people all dealing with their own evil temptations. Pattinson plays Preston Teagardin, a new preacher in town who has an eye for young girls, most recently Lenora (Eliza Scanlen). Teagardin's actions eventually lead to a confrontation with Lenora's protective friend, Arvin (Tom Holland). The movie also stars Bill Skarsgård, Riley Keough, Sebastian Stan, and Jason Clarke.
Campos said that when he had completed an early draft of the script he had recently become friends with Pattinson, who was in New York City making the 2017 movie "Good Time." One day, he gave Pattinson the script and asked, "Who do you want to play?"
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