Apple TV+ dropped the "Sharper" movie trailer Thursday featuring Sebastian Stan, whose character named Max cons Manhattan billionaires.

The two-minute and 25 seconds psychological thriller trailer, shared on YouTube, starts with a billionaire named Richard Hobbes (played by John Lithgow), advising to steal big rather than wasting efforts on less, "Let me give you a piece of advice. If you're gonna steal... steal a lot."

In the next scene, Richard gets informed that police have arrived at his house and seeking to arrest Max. "Detective! Can we talk about this?" Richard stops the official from arrest and actress Julianne Moore, who played Richard's wife named Madeline, tells cop that Max is their son and he likes to play such games.

Later in the trailer, Richard shares that he assumed one day his son would inherit his wealth but "he doesn't have the fortitude, he's weak."

Madeline can be seen being romantic with Richard and later explaining that she is with him just for his money. The video also shows Max setting up a girl named Sandra (played by Briana Middleton) to con a man named Tom (played by Justice Smith). However, Sandra double-crosses Max.

Toward the end of the trailer, Max fights against his own family to get wealth.

"Sharper" is slated to release on Feb. 17 on Apple TV+. It is helmed by director Benjamin Caron and penned by writers Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka. The movie will also star Giullian Yao Gioiello, Phillip Johnson Richardson, and Hannah Dunne.

Stan was last seen in the mini-series, "Pam & Tommy," based on Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's relationship.

Aside from "Sharper," Stan will be next seen in the Marvel movie, "Thunderbolts," which is expected to release in July next year. The action-adventure will feature a group of villains including Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross (played by Harrison Ford) and Yelena Belova (played by Florence Pugh). Stan will reprise his Bucky Barnes character in the flick.

Besides "Thunderbolts," the 40-year-old actor will also appear in movies like "Dumb Money," "A Different Man," and "The Brutalist." The first two movies are under post-production while the latter is still under pre-production.

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Sebastian Stan said the “Avengers: Infinity War” set is pretty relaxed. He is pictured at TIFF on Sept. 8, 2017 in Toronto. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images