Randall Park & Ali Wong in Trailer for RomCom 'Always Be My Maybe'

Randall Park & Ali Wong in Trailer for RomCom 'Always Be My Maybe'

By chance, Sasha rekindles a relationship with her childhood friend and former love interest Marcus, played by Randall Park. 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.

The Netflix rom-com stars Park and Ali Wong as childhood sweethearts who reconnect decades later.

Wong's pitch immediately took social media by storm, with fans clamoring to see the amusing and charismatic duo headline their own film (not to mention a romcom with Asian-American leads). It also doesn't hurt that it's directed by Nahnatchka Khan (Fresh Off the Boat) from a script by Wong, Park, and Michael Golamco (Grimm). Keanu Reeves ... on Netflix. He described working on the project to Vanity Fair, saying, "When the invitation came to act with Ali in her film, I was honored ..."

After years of kicking ass and taking names in the John Wick series, it is delightful to see Reeves back in the romcom zone.

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That's when Keanu Reeves walks in and says, "I missed your thighs".

This will be hitting Netflix at the end of the month, so if you're excited to watch it there's not too long of a wait - which is always great news when Netflix surprises us.

It looks like a standard romantic comedy with the addition of Wong's extra-dirty mouth, but seeing SF sights is always fun.

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