Kristen Stewart to Star in TriStar’s ‘Happiest Season’
LET’S GO FESTIVE LESBIANS, OUR CHRISTMAS WISHES WERE ANSWERED https://t.co/0k5j49EX8Y
— phee (@parksalvarez) November 28, 2018
Kristen Stewart is all set to play one of the two leads in LGBTQ romantic comedy Kristen Stewart.
— Run-by Chucking (@charlestrotter) November 27, 2018
According to diversification, the film will be conduct by Clear Duvall, who also enlarge the script along with Mary Holland.
The story is set enlarge an annual family holiday party where a young woman plans to propound to her girlfriend.
THERES GONNA BE A LESBIAN CHRISTMAS ROM-COM WITH KRISTEN STEWART THIS IS NOT A DRILL https://t.co/ytnF4DLf2r
— Myrthe shan’t, it’s Christmas (@sapphiccarol) November 28, 2018
The plan gets an unpredicted twist when the woman finds out her partner hasn’t come out as gay to her hidebound parents.
The predict hails from TriStar Pictures, with Hannah Minghella and Shary Shirazi superintend it for the studio.
Kristen Stewart Will Star in Queer Holiday Rom-Com “Happiest Season” Kristen Stewart will lead a new holiday film “Happiest Season,” playing a character who plans to propose to her girlfriend before things go awry.
— ⚡️CommonWhiteGirl⚡️ (@_teen_problem) November 29, 2018
Marty Bowen, Isaac Klaussner, and Jaclyn Huntling will be grasp the production. Happiest will be next seen in Elizabeth Banks’ Charlie’s Angels reboot.
OK, this is a holiday-themed film I want to see. https://t.co/w0ZosDvbjC
— Timothy Baker (@timothycbaker) November 28, 2018
This story has been culled from a third party amalgamate feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no culpability or liability for its dependableness, obedience, loyalty and data of the text. Dereliction /mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its unqualified discretion for any reason everything
RT @OnePerfectShot: Directed by @cleaduvall and starring Kristen Stewart, ‘Happiest Season’ will mark a rare instance of queer representation both in front of and behind the camera. https://t.co/1sJeOPEKyW
— Sandra (@_Sandra_R_) November 28, 2018