Summer time is almost upon us, so you know what that means: It's time for Netflix to bless us with a virtual butt-ton of heartwarming romantic comedies!
And this week we got a nice little taste of what we can expect with the first trailer for Always Be My Maybe, which looks absolutely wonderful:
Ali Wong — aka the funniest human being alive (fight me) — plays Sasha Tran, a renowned celebrity chef engaged to a kinda-awful movie star (Daniel Dae Kim).
When she returns to her home town of San Francisco for a restaurant opening, she reconnects with her childhood best friend, Marcus Kim (Randall Park).
Marcus — whom Sasha hasn't spoken to in over 15 years due to a falling out — chose a very different life path than Sasha, so the two former besties find themselves in dramatically different socioeconomic states upon reuniting.
However, after Sasha's awful fiancé dumps her, the two start to rekindle their old friendship. The trailer is giving MAJOR modern-day When Harry Met Sally vibes in the absolute best way possible, and I am here for it.
And, as if all of that wasn't enough to convince you to watch the movie 60 times — at the end of the trailer, completely out of nowhere and with absolutely no warning, we get SURPRISE KEANU REEVES.
UM, EXCUSE ME. YOU CANNOT JUST BUST OUT KEANU ON US WITH NO PREP. I'M GOING TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK. THOSE GLASSES.
In fact, I vote we just add a Keanu cameo to every single motion picture from here on out. Netflix, get on it, k thanksss.
So yeah, be sure to catch Always Be My Maybe when it hits Netflix May 31, 2019!
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