Robert Pattinson stunned Netflix fans with his ‘idiosyncratic’ Southern accent in the trailer for the new horror movie The Devil All The Time – as they urged him to win an Oscar before the movie hits theaters
- The 34-year-old British actor changed his voice to play the depraved preacher Preston Teagardin in the southern gothic TV series
- Fans took to social media to gossip about Pattinson’s fridge in the South in the film based on Donald Ray Pollock’s novel of the same name.
- Pattinson only got a few lines in the new trailer, but fans have called his performance Oscar-worthy.
The trailer for Netflix’s new horror film The Devil All the Time leaves fans believing that Robert Pattinson deserves an Oscar for his performance – and the movie hasn’t even come out yet.
The 34-year-old British actor turned his voice to play the depraved preacher Preston Teagardin in the southern gothic TV series, based on Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel of the same name.
The creepy trailer left the film’s plot largely a mystery, but many viewers hailed it as a victory after tasting Pattinson’s hypnotized Southern food.
Male Lead: Robert Pattinson plays the depraved preacher Preston Teagardin in Netflix’s latest horror film The Devil All the Time
Set in rural Southern Ohio between World War II and the Vietnam War, the film follows Arvin Russell (Tom Holland), an orphan, hindered by his past and his personalities. sinister lurks in town.
The trailer shows Pattinson screaming about delusions while giving a passionate lecture in a powder blue suit and ruffled shirt.
Fans are excited to share their opinions on the upcoming movie – and Pattinson’s performance – in the comment section of the YouTube trailer.
‘You know, Robert could have gone down the “heart-stopping” road and starred in cheesy chick flicks or turned into a hit wonder after the Twilight franchise ended. But he is really out here to show his ingenuity, ‘wrote one.
Show his scope: The 34-year-old British actor transformed his voice to play a character in the southern gothic TV series.
Rumor received: Fans flocked to the trailer’s comment section to praise Pattinson’s performance in the movie, though it hasn’t been released yet.
“Wow, Robert Pattinson has a huge presence in this, really starting to look like one of those powerful actors that elevates everything they’re in,” said another.
When Robert Pattinson had that angry scene, [I] can not help but remember Daniel Day Lewis in There Will Be Blood, ‘another commented. ‘I can’t wait to see his acting career flourish in the coming years!’
Others were mesmerized by the British star’s convincing Southern accent.
‘Robert’s voice was ridiculous. He transformed himself completely, ‘wrote one Youtuber, while another asked:’ That southern draw is coming out of the mouth of ROBERT PATTINSON? ”
Chills: Trailer shows Pattinson screaming of delusions while giving a passionate sermon in a powder blue suit and ruffled shirt
They believe: Fans took to Twitter to confirm that Pattinson deserves an Oscar for his role in the expected film.
While many fans marveled at his Southern accent, he also featured one in the 2018 comedy Damsel.
But it was the Twilight star’s most recent portrayal that left fans envisioning him getting an Oscar in the near future, with some taking to Twitter to say he deserves this movie.
One Twitter user commented: ‘#TheDevilAlltheTime is absolutely STACKED talented but … my words #RobertPattinson is for that Oscar,’ commented one Twitter user.
Another shared: ‘Robert Pattinson’s Oscar campaign starts now.’
Starring: The trailer shows Pattinson with actress Eliza Scanlen, who plays Lenora Laferty in the horror film
Fan Club: Many praised Pattinson’s incredible talent after watching the trailer
Another predicted ‘Robert Pattinson will be nominated for 10 Oscars this year’. ‘I love this man.’
Many Twitter users also commented on his voice in the movie, one claiming it was legitimate.
‘Robert Pattinson’s voice is really true,’ wrote the fan. ‘I can name 20 yt boys from my old high school who talked like that.’
And while Pattinson and Holland are getting a lot of buzz online after the trailer’s release, they’re not the only Hollywood heavyweight contenders.
Bill Skarsgård, Sebastion Stan, Riley Keough, Jason Clarke and Eliza Scanlen are also featured in the film, scheduled to open on September 16.