Always Be My Maybe — Official Trailer


added: Thu, May 16th '19

"Fresh Off the Boat" star Randall Park and stand-up comedienne Ali Wong play childhood sweethearts who reconnect after years of being apart in this charming Netflix rom-com, for which an official trailer has been released.

Marking the feature directorial debut of "Fresh Off the Boat" showrunner Nahnatchka Khan, "Always Be My Maybe" centers on Sasha and Marcus, a successful celebrity chef (Wong) and a professional maintenance man and aspiring musician (Park).

Sasha and Marcus grew up together and were the closest of friends. But after a failed attempt at becoming a romantic couple, they grew apart and lost touch with each other. It's 15 years later, and fate has stepped in, giving Marcus a second shot to tell Sasha how he really feels about her. The thing is, does Sasha really want a boyfriend who comes with so much baggage? Or does she want to have "freaky-ass sex" with a guy who looks a lot like Keanu Reeves?

From a screenplay co-written by Park and Wong alongside Michael Golamco (Please Stand By, Grimm), the Netflix original film also co-stars Daniel Dae Kim (Lost), James Saito (Altered Carbon), and Michelle Buteau (Isn't It Romantic).

"Always Be My Maybe" is scheduled to be released in select theaters and on Netflix starting May 31st.

Childhood sweethearts have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years. They reconnect as adults when Sasha, now a celebrity chef opening a restaurant in San Francisco, runs into Marcus, a happily struggling musician still living at home working for his dad. The old sparks are still there but can they adapt to each other's world?


directed by   Nahnatchka Khan

starring   Ali Wong, Randall Park, Daniel Dae Kim, James Saito, Michelle Buteau, Keanu Reeves, Vivian Bang, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, Lyrics Born, Susan Park, Ashley Liao, Miya Cech, Jackson Geach, Emerson Yin, Anaiyah Juliette Bernier, Sasha Zoey Rojen

release date   May 31, 2019 (in select theaters and on Netflix)

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