Well, now, it is time to go to the Prom. The first trailer of The Prom, Ryan Murphy‘s movie adaptation of the Broadway musical, was released by the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, on Thanksgiving.
The series is all set for release on December 11. You should know that the 2018 Broadway musical series is based on an original concept from Jack Viertel. The music of the movie is given by Matthew Sklar, and the lyrics were given by Chad Beguelin.
The musical performance follows four actors of Broadway who travel to a conservative town of Indiana to help a lesbian teenager who is prohibited from bringing her girlfriend to her high-school prom.The Prom Poster Released
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It was also nominated for six Tony Awards, including the best musical, lead actor and lead actress, and original score in a musical. Ryan Murphy said that there is no much warmth and passion in the film; he thinks the reason everyone said yes so quickly was just because of the message.
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The very passionate idea at the core of the film is everyone should be able to have a place at the table. The theme of the film is fighting intolerance, and he thinks they were all feeling that in their lives.
In the month of September, the project was teased by the acclaimed director via Instagram by sharing a picture of a neon sign that clearly displays the names of the cast that is star-studded, including Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington, James Cordon, and Meryl Streep.
The Prom marks the first movie of the groundbreaking deal of Murphy and Netflix that was inked in the year 2018, following his departure from Fox. Also, the deal was estimated to be worth up to over $300 million.The Prom Poster Released
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Hollywood, his miniseries, made its debut on the streaming giant in the month of May. In the early days of the COVID-19, the production of the series was halted in Los Angeles. But once the film industry started to reopen, the movie was able to finish filming.
The screenplay was directed by Beguelin and Bob Martin, and it was produced along with Beguelin, Murphy, Bill Damaschke, Alexis Martin Woodball, and Dori Berinstein.
If you have not watched the trailer yet, you can watch it here as we have attached the trailer in this article.