"Cherry" is the name of the next film by the Russo brothers, who directed "Avengers: Endgame". After several engagements in various MCU movies and the most successful movie of all times, they now dedicate themselves to a project of their heart. The content of "Cherry" is about Nico Walker, a former soldier who became a bank robber afterwards and processed his experiences in a novel called "Cherry". A central theme is the post-traumatic stress disorder of the young Walker, who gets into money troubles due to his resulting opioid addiction. The Russo brothers were so enthusiastic about this story that they used their own money to secure the rights in a bidder contest with other major interested parties. In Tom Holland, they have also found an old acquaintance for the role of Nico Walker, with Ciara Bravo and Nicole Forester also involved. By the way, Apple TV+ has secured the streaming rights, where the film is scheduled to release on March 12, 2021. In addition, a cinema release is planned for February 26th, but how exactly this will be handled outside the USA is not yet clear.