Kristen Stewart and Schitt’s Creek star/ Co-creator Dan Leavy are be reaming up for an LGBTQ+holiday movie called Happiest Season, and the first official picture was be shared from the set this week. Stewart and Leavy will appear in the smiley and rainbow0-filled photo, which you can be see for yourself below, alongside their fellow cast member and director Clea DuVall.
Happiest season, the upcoming rom-com starring Kristen Stewart and they will be directed by Clea DuVall (The Intervention), juts begot a whole bunch gayer. Joining Stewart in the film is noted MacKenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), along with Aubrey Plaza (Park and Recreation), Dan Levy. (Schitt’s Creek), and Allison Brie variety reported today. they will be released November 20, Happiest Season tells the story of couple Abby (Stewart) and Harper (Davis) as they move toward marriage. Set at the Harper family’s annual holiday party.
Nevertheless, despite all the queer star power attached to the Happiest Season, the film will reflect the fact that mainstream Hollywood narratives even queer ones could be more diverse. So far, nearly every member of the film principal cast to be announced is white, cisgender, and thin.
The movie will follow a young woman played by Stewart who plans to propose to her girlfriend (Davis) while at her family’s annual holiday party. Her plans are to be sent into turmoil when she discovers her partners when she will discover her partners haven’t been out to her conservative parents (Garbwr and Steenburgen). Alison Brie, Ana Gasteyer, Sarayu, Blue, Burl Moseley, and Jake McDorman also star.
Meanwhile, the new Co-star Mackenzie Davis will be recently opened up about the financial underperformance of Terminator: Dark Fate, stating that she thinks anyone who is expecting them to make a sequel is quite insane. You should be just paying attention to what the audience wants and they want new things and I want new things, she told NME. There are many interesting people that don’t be fit mold of those who will be making these big franchises who have been not had the chance to make movies. We should be investing in them right now.