The joint film project of comedian Ali Wong and actor Randall Park is finally coming to Netflix. The streaming service just released the trailer for the upcoming comedy Always Be My Maybe. Wong and Park penned the script along with Michael Golamco (Grimm), who also produced with the two. The film is directed by Nahnatchka Khan (Fresh Off The Boat, American Dad!) and also stars Michelle Buteau, James Saito, Daniel Dae Kim, Karan Soni, Charlyne Li, and Keanu Reeves.
Based in San Francisco, Always Be My Maybe tells the story of Sasha (Wong), who after being dumped by her fiance (Kim), tries to move on and reunites with childhood friend Marcus (Park). Their friendship grows and the two battle their own inner feelings for the other, juggling what could be love with the “but we’re just friends” aspect. From the trailer alone, Wong and Park have a definite chemistry, using their comedic talents to play off of each other effortlessly.
Wong has made a name for herself with her hilarious stand-up comedy specials, including her recent Netflix special Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife. Park has appeared in numerous films including Larry Crowne, The Five-Year Engagement, Neighbors, Sex Tape, Trainwreck, Ant-Man And The Wasp, Aquaman, and stars in the ABC television series Fresh Off the Boat.
Always Be My Maybe premieres Friday, May 31st on Netflix and in select theaters.
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