The premiere of upcoming Netflix film ‘Always be My Maybe’ was filled with Hollywood’s greatest stars. The movie’s cast includes Ali Wrong, Randall Park, and Keanu Reeves. Other notable celebrities were also present like Heather Morris, Harry Shum Jr, Chloe Bennet, Casey Wilson, Hannah Simone and Ross Butler. From everything we heard at the premiere, it was already evident that the upcoming comedy film is going to be a huge hit. But now that actress Hannah has given it a great review, anticipation has definitely increased. Without giving any spoilers, Simone has given us a rough idea of what to expect from the upcoming Netflix project!
Hannah Simone Shares the ‘Always be my Maybe’ Experience
After attending the premiere for the movie on Wednesday night at the Regency Village Theater in Westwood, Simone took to Instagram to give fans a glimpse of how it was. She shared that she has had the privilege of watching it already. While giving out details, she introduced the movie cast Ali Wrong and Randall Park while referring to them as the queen and king. Simone also mentioned that Natch Khan is the director. He has received nominations for 2 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Simone continued that while watching the movie, she laughed and cried simultaneously. Though, the actress cannot give us any details since she agreed to keep it all a secret! However, she did help us get an idea. Hannah warned us that there will be moments that might give you laughing fits. Or make you want to cry your eyes out. But she assured everybody that the movie will be out soon on Netflix for all to watch.
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Last night I got to see Always Be My Maybe directed by Natch Khan starring queen @aliwong and king @randallpark. I genuinely laughed and cried. I want to warn you all about all the moments that make you laugh and cry your eyes out but I was sworn to secrecy so just watch it on @netflix. You’ll get it. It’s fucking great. #babycobradress
All About ‘Always be my Maybe’
Always be my Maybe is co-written by its costars Randall Park and Ali Wrong. They play Sasha and Marcus, childhood friends who hook up in their teens, but have a falling out and lose touch for 15 years. Sasha goes on to become a successful chef in Los Angeles and is engaged to restaurateur Brandon Choi (Daniel Dae Kim). While Marcus is a struggling musician living at home with his dad. The two reconnect when Sasha returns home to San Francisco to open a new restaurant, and it’s not long before sparks fly again until a mysterious man played by Keanu Reeves gets in the way.
Screening of the film in selected theaters will begin on 29th May while it officially debuts on Netflix on May 31st.