Kristen Stewart is set to star in a lesbian romantic comedy film.
It's been almost three years since Kristen Stewart came out with her sexuality in public, and now she is set to star in another lesbian film.
Happiest Season is set to lightheartedly tackle the common issues surrounding LGBTQ+ couples, especially those who are still in the closet.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming romantic comedy film.
Happiest Season follows a young woman (Stewart) who is planning to propose to her girlfriend (Mackenzie Davis) while at her family's annual holiday party.
Her romantic plan went downhill after she discovers that her girlfriend hasn't come out to her conservative parents yet.
Spending a holiday with your girlfriend's family and planning a proposal is nerve-wracking enough, but knowing that her family doesn't even know that you're dating? Well, that's a big disaster!
Fans shouldn't expect this to be another so-so film depicting lesbian relationships as director Clea DuVall has huge goals for the film.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight Canada, Davis revealed that the director's primary goal is to make "this movie that you'd want to watch again and again every year."
With that said, we're expecting the romantic comedy film to also center around family, relationships, and acceptance.
Happiest Season is set to release on November 25, 2020, just a day before Thanksgiving. This is just a perfect release date for a film that aims to be part of people's go-to comfort films for years to come.
Principal photography wrapped up on February 28, 2020, just a few days before the Coronavirus pandemic forced studios to shut down most film and TV productions worldwide.
Twilight star Kristen Stewart will star as Abby.
Starring alongside Stewart is Terminator: Dark Fate actress Mackenzie Davis as her girlfriend, Harper.
Mary Steenburgen and Victor Garber will play as Harper's conservative parents, Tipper and Ted,
Other cast members include Alison Brie as Sloane, Dan Levy as John, Aubrey Plaza as Riley, Burl Moseley as Eric, Sarayu Blue as Carolyn, and Jake McDorman as Liam among others.
As of this writing, there's no official trailer yet for Stewart's rom-com. But don't worry because we've already had our first look for the upcoming film.
In line with the Pride month celebration, the official twitter page of the film released a photo of the casts holding rainbow flaglets and Equality posters. Some of the actors even sported a Pride rainbow tattoo.
The show's official Twitter page posted the photo alongside a caption: "Happiest #Pride from #HappiestSeason. In theaters this Thanksgiving. Photo by: Lacey Terrell."