Apple Releases the Trailer for 'Cherry,' a Film about a former US Army Medic who gets addicted to Oxycontin, Debuting next month
Back in September Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple Lands a new Drama title 'Cherry' about a Former Army Medic who gets addicted to Oxycontin when returning to the U.S." The $40 million film is based on Nico Walker’s semi-autobiographical New York Times bestselling novel, which centers on a former Army medic (played by Holland) who returns home from war with undiagnosed PTSD. He is later prescribed the opiate Oxycontin. Soon after, he and his young wife move from pills to heroin and begins robbing banks to pay debts and feed their habit. Walker wrote the book from prison after he was caught and convicted for robbery in 2011.
Today Apple released the first trailer for the film that will be in theaters on February 26 and exclusively on Apple TV+ March 12.
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