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The Prom Netflix Trailer – Release Date and Plot Details

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The Prom Netflix Trailer Updated: Ryan Murphy’s musical “The Prom’s , first official trailer has already been released by Netflix. The film will also be out soon to bless our holiday season with a perfect bliss. It stars all eminent personalities like, the Academy Award winners Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman, coupled  with Emmy winner James Corden, Andrew Rannells, Ariana DeBose and the very new face, Jo Ellen Pellman.

Murphy articulates that he is unbelievably thankful for this beautiful project which arrives at the end of such a very intricated year. The prom celebrates movies and Broadways.

The Prom Release Date and other Details

Jo Ellen Pellman, the new face is really excited about her role and sees it as a once in lifetime achievement to work with such great Hollywood celebrities. Ariana De Bose also finds her luck quite in her favor. To Quote her words,  “a wild year and is not something she’s taking lightly. I feel honored to represent for Latinx and Queer representation.” This reveals how important this opportunity has been for her. We have already witnessed De Bose’s work in Hamilton, when it was premiered by Disney Plus. Also, she had another important project of Steven Spielberg ready before her. The Prom known as  “West Side Story” was about to cast her as a co star. Later it was postponed to December 2021.

The Possible Story and Plot

Moving back to the story, it features New York stage stars  Dee Dee Allen (Streep) and Barry Glickman (Corden). Putting forth their story, displaying how their career suffered a no improvement stage when one of the royal Broadway shops suffered a   grievous setback.  However,  they come across two high school pupils,  Emma Nolan (Pellman), who had been banned and prevented from attending  prom with her girlfriend Alyssa (DeBose). This very scenario imparts the duo a perfect opportunity to revitalize the image they had lost by being the voice of the cause.

Shifting our focus to the work from which this has been taken down. Adapted  by screenwriters Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin, the great writers of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical with Matthew Sklar. The production was completed by notable persons like, Murphy, Dori Berinstein, Bill Damaschke, Alexis Martin Woodall and Adam Anders. How to forget the great cinematography of course.  Oscar-nominee Matthew Libatique  laid his fine strokes of cinematography.  Casey Nicholaw’s was an intrinsic part of the film’s choreography.

I know, by now you are waiting for the date to get it before you. Save the date as  Dec. 11 to catch “Prom” fresh on Netflix.

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