The Prom

With all that has happened so far in 2020, some good news can go a long way. Fortunately, Ryan Murphy’s Netflix adaption of The Prom is back in motion and comes to Netflix in December, even after a filming delay due to the coronavirus!

The Prom is a forthcoming American comedy-drama film directed by Ryan Murphy, adapted from their 2016 Broadway musical of the same name by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin and Matthew Sklar. 

The premise of the film!

The Prom follows Emma (Pellman), 17 years old, who just wants one thing before she graduates: to dance at the high school with her girlfriend. When it comes to the PTA of the school, its prom is canceled abruptly. Enter Barry Glickman (Corden) and Dee Dee Allen (Streep), two stars from Broadway who decide to take on the cause and get some adverts along with their friends (Rannells and Kidman). But when you get to Indiana to fight on behalf of Emma, you have more good intentions than you expected.

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All the updates!

This news is time to dance! The film adaptation of the Tony-nominated musical The Prom may still be released this year on vacation Fresh off the premier weekend for Netflix’s Hollywood winners Emmy and Tony Ryan Murphy. Stars Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, and Andrew Rannells wrapped their scenes before production was interrupted by the pandemic of coronavirus, according to an interview with Collider.

Murphy also said there will be one new original song featured in Netflix’s movie adaptation in addition to the songs included by Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin’s Tony-nominated score. 

The cast of the film

  • Jo Ellen Pellman as Emma Nolan
  • Meryl Streep as Dee Dee Allen
  • James Corden as Barry Glickman
  • Nicole Kidman as Angie Dickinson
  • Keegan-Michael Key as Tom Hawkins
  • Andrew Rannells as Trent Oliver
  • Ariana DeBose as Alyssa Greene
  • Kerry Washington as Mrs. Greene
  • Kevin Chamberlin as Sheldon Saperstein
  • Sofia Deler as Shelby
  • Logan Riley Hassel as Kaylee
  • Mary Kay Place
  • Nathaniel J. Potvin as Kevin
  • Nico Greetham as Nick Boomer
  • Tracey Ullman