“It might be even smaller and grosser than I remember"
A new trailer for Ali Wong and Randall Park’s rom-com Always Be My Maybe has just been released
The plot follows Sasha (Wong), a celebrity chef in San Francisco and Marcus, a struggling musician named Marcus (Park) who lives at home working for his father. Sasha and Marcus, who were once childhood sweethearts, run into each other after 15 years of not speaking to each other.
Last month, a teaser trailer for the film was released showing Marcus is seen drafting a text to Sasha confessing his love for her, but does not send it. However, when the pair meet up, Sasha tells Marcus how she is seeing someone new.
Now, we are treated to even more short clips from the film in the brand new trailer just released on Netflix’s YouTube channel.
In one clip, the audience is shown a flash back to 2003 when a young Marcus and young Sasha have sex in Marcus’s car.
Later in the trailer, the pair reflect on the moment when Sasha says, “it might be even smaller and grosser than I remember.” Marcus hilariously replies, “you better still be talking about my back seat!”
Nahnatchka Khan (Fresh Off The Boat) is directing the film from a script written by Wong, Park and Michael Golamco. Nathan Kahane and Erin Westerman will produce and Brendan Ferguson will be the executive producer.
Always Be My Maybe will be available on Netflix on 31 May.