The Netflix gay rom-com Single All the Way is going to make it to the streaming platform this Holiday season. Its December release is now confirmed, and the movie concept has already got the fans anticipating its release. Michael Mayer is helming the movie, and it has a screenplay by Chad Hodge.
Michael Urie, playing the protagonist, Peter in the movie, remarks that Chad Hodge’s screenplay is quite funny, with laugh-out-loud moments infused with emotional sequences that will leave off a lump in your throat. Netflix has now revealed its list of Christmas films, which will be available on the streaming giant in the Holiday season. So, if you are keenly awaiting its release, here’s what you need to know.
Is Single All the Way Worth Waiting?
The main question that may be lingering in your mind is if you should get hyped up for its release. Netflix is expanding its diversity in the movie catalog, and it is going to be the first time that the streamer will feature a gay rom-com, in which the protagonist will be tugged between two romantic prospects.
Michael Urie is dropping hints about what this movie will dwell on, and it certainly sounds promising. He adds that it has got hunky Santas, pageantry, some deception, a lot more do-gooding, wine, and of course, we have got our favorite Jennifer Coolidge. And, certainly, all of these elements will make the movie distinguishable.
Urie further adds that he will play the son of Kathy Najimy and Barry Bostwick, a couple that can only make sons that would certainly be gay and loves the Holiday season. He calls his character a Guncle, who loves Christmas and usually spends it with his nieces rendering the perfect choreography to the Christmas song by Britney Spears. And, no doubt, these sounds near perfection.
Urie calls Peter plant-gay and has Judith (a fern), he is stuck in a job for social media, which he detests, and when the Holiday season is around, he is “single all the way.” The movie will have thorough Christmas vibes, perked up with decorations, sleeveless flannel, and mistletoe. Adding the final cherry on top, he finally writes in the mail that since Mariah, this movie is the gayest thing happening in Christmas.
And, what Michael Urie says leaves us off with the conclusion that the hype up for this movie is correctly placed, and it is worth the wait.
When Will Single All the Way Release?
The gay rom-com Single All the Way will make it to the streaming platform on December 2, 2021. It is on the list of Netflix’s lined-up releases for the Holiday season.
Who is in the Cast of Single All the Way?
As the protagonist, Peter, the movie stars Michael Urie in the role. Nick is played by Philemon Chambers, and James by Luke MacFarlane. Peter’s parents Carole and Harold, are played by Kathy Najimy and Barry Bostwick, respectively. The movie also includes Jennifer Robertson as Lisa. Jennifer Coolidge plays aunt Sandy.
What is the Plotline of Single All the Way?
Peter is tired of turning up for the Holiday season family gathering single and alone, and to evade the judgment of his family this time, he asks Nick, his best friend, to show up as his date. He asks him to that they are in a relationship. But as Peter’s mother, Carole, asks him to go on a blind date, things take an interesting turn.
It will be a fun ride with the love triangle that the movie brings forth. Single All the Way will drop on Netflix this December 2.