The theme of the best friends who fall in love with Rom-Com goes back even further than that of 1989. When Harry meets Sally (for example, 1982 Best friends). But the premise is about to be improved in production cleverly dubbed Netflix. Always be my maybe, starring Randall Park (who is also credited as co-author) and Ali Wong. Nahnatchka Khan, Executive Producer on Park's Boat fees series, debuted in feature film making with this release.
Wong plays Sasha, the "Asian Oprah" who returns to his hometown of San Francisco; Park, is Marcus, his childhood friend who now installs air conditioning systems with his father. Once his fiancee (Lost"s Daniel Dae Kim) cancels their engagement, Sasha and Marcus begin to spend a lot of time together and Marcus' old crush turns on.
Keanu Reeves appears at the end of the trailer and represents Sasha's new and passionate adventure. In this trailer, it looks like Netflix is about to start a new season of fun "Summer Of Love" offers; Always be my maybe begins on May 31st.