Keanu Reeves Goes Heartthrob In Netflix's 'Always Be My Maybe' Trailer

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Co-written by stars Ali Wong and Randall Park alongside Michael Golamco, Always Be My Maybe tells the story of childhood friends Sasha (Wong) and Marcus (Park), who have a falling out and don't speak for 15 years. When Sasha, a celebrity chef in L.A., returns to San Francisco to open a new restaurant, the two start to reconnect and discover there still may be something between them.

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You can pretty much see how this entire film will play out from the trailer alone, but that's okay!

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Marcus hasn't changed as much as she has over the years, and it looks like he'd love to pick up where they last left off in the back of his tiny auto, but there's one big problem: she's got a swoony new boyfriend (Keanu Reeves) whose mind-blowing bedroom techniques she can't stop talking about. The rom-com, directed by Nahnatchka Khan launches on May 31, 2019 on Netflix. The most surprising aspect is that Netflix is marketing it just two weeks before its release.

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The idea for Always Be My Maybe came from Wong's suggestion that she and her longtime friend and Fresh Off the Boat collaborator Park, 45, wanted to make their own version of When Harry Met Sally. The film hits Netflix and a limited theatrical release on May 31st. The impressive cast includes Michelle Buteau, Vivian Bang, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, Daniel Dae Kim, James Saito, with Keanu Reeves and Lyrics Born. But the two reconnect when Sasha (Wong), a chef opening a new restaurant in San Francisco, bumps into Marcus (Park), a happily struggling musician that still lives at home and works for his dad, and the sparks fly once again, but the two must figure out if they can fit in each other's new worlds.