PROM PACT – Key Art. (Disney)
One of the most critical events for almost every person in high school is attending prom. For Seniors, it is the last big event you will attend in high school before graduation. It’s a night where students get to let loose and celebrate the accomplishment of making it through four grueling years of school.
Today, Disney Channel and Disney+ revealed the trailer for the upcoming romantic comedy Prom Pact, which is set during the emotion and excitement of high school Prom season. The Disney Original Movie, which stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee (“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.”), Milo Manheim (Disney’s “ZOMBIES” franchise) and newcomer Blake Draper, is set to debut Thursday, March 30 at 8:00 p.m. EDT on the Disney Channel and Friday, March 31 on Disney+.
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You can check out the synopsis for Prom Pact below:
It’s the height of prom season, and high school senior Mandy Yang (Lee) and her best friend and fellow outsider Ben (Manheim) are surrounded by over-the-top ’80s-themed Promposals. However, Mandy keeps her eyes focused on a different goal: her lifelong dream of attending Harvard. When she finds out that she has been put on the waitlist, she is determined to do whatever she can do to get herself accepted, even if that means asking for help from the one person she abhors – popular all-star jock Graham Lansing (Draper) whose father is a powerful senator and Harvard alum. Once Mandy becomes Graham’s tutor, she begins to realize there’s more to him than she thought and perhaps something more to life than Harvard.
Prom Pact also stars Monique Green as LaToya, Arica Himmel as Zenobia, Jason Sakaki as Charles, Chelah Horsdal as Mrs. Lansing, David S. Jung as Tom Yang, with Wendi McLendon-Covey as Alyssa Yang and Margaret Cho as Ms. Chen.
Anya Adams (“Ginny and Georgia”) directed the movie and is also an executive producer, along with Jake Kasdan (“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.”), Melvin Mar (“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.”), Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”) and Rachael Field (“Modern Family”). Lee is also a co-producer on “Prom Pact,” which was written by Anthony Lombardo (“American Housewife”).