Netflix is all set to release its old friends- themed rom-com movie Always Be My Maybe showcasing Ali Wong and Randall Park’s seducing chemistry. The most awaited yet highly anticipated Netflix movie Always Be My Maybe will hit the theatre on May 31st. It’s a tale of intense but unidentified emotions.
Everything Behind Always Be My Maybe
It’s, In fact, Mariah Carey’s iconic song which lends a base to the movie title. Nahnatchka Khan, has exotically, directed the movie, while Wong, Park and Michael Golamco have penned the script. Moreover, Brendan Ferguson (The Edge of Seventeen) is serving as the Executive Producer. Always Be My Maybe fascinatingly displays the late ’90s and early ’00s fashion trends and choreographic moves.
Besides Wong and Park, the cast includes Keanu Reeves, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, Daniel Dae Kim, Michelle Buteau, Vivian Bang, James Saito, Lyrics Born, and Susan Park.
Ali Wong And Randall Park Tweeting Teasers For The Movie
Not just the streaming service but, the leading cast itself is posting the teaser of the movie on their social media accounts. The teaser has revealed much of the story-line of this upcoming Netflix rom-com.
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Ali Wong is playing Sasha, a globally popular celebrity chef. The cooking expert takes shelter under her childhood boyfriend, Marcus’ (Randall Park) companionship when her engagement collapsed due to her fiance’s selfish attribute. Daniel Dae Kim perfectly played Wong’s betraying Fiance in the movie. Meanwhile, Randall Park realizes that he loved his old-time friend Sasha since childhood and still has the same feelings for her.
Unfortunately, Park’s excitement sobbingly puts off with the entry of Keanu Reeves, Sasha’s ex-friend-with-benefit. Will Marcus ever tell how he feels for Sasha? or Keanu Will be the vanquisher.
Wait to watch the climax of this stirring Netflix Rom-com releasing on May 31st in global theatres.
Both Ali and Park Are Asian-American Actors/Writers From Hollywood
Though Asian-American actors are very few in numbers as compared to the other dominating races of the American industry, yet this small figure has a positive and highly talented representation in mainstream media. Renowned names include Ken Watanabe, Sandra Oh, Archie Panjabi and Masi Oka etc. Both Ali Wong and Randall Park also belong to the Asian-American community of Hollywood.
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Ali’s roots were grounded in China while Randall was born to Korean immigrant parents. These top-notch actors have introduced new subjects in comedy. Moreover, the trio including the creator of the movie, Nahnatchka Khan, actors: Randall Park and Ali Wong previously grouped together for American-Asian sitcom Fresh Off the Boat. Ali has, in fact, written four episodes for the show.
According to the Vulture’s segment Make it happen (2016) it would be a great idea to bring Wong and Park together for a movie. Moreover, Ali has declared that she and Randall were working on the popular film When Harry Met Sally. Ali Wong even mentioned that she and Randall Park have been planning a romantic comedy for years. She later revealed the project as their own version of When Harry Met Sally.