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First trailer released for Simu Liu, Phillipa Soo’s love triangle rom-com ‘One True Loves’

First trailer released for Simu Liu, Phillipa Soo’s love triangle rom-com ‘One True Loves’

“Bones” star Michaela Conlin and Lauren Tom from “Friends” and “The Joy Luck Club” also act in the upcoming film

February 15, 2023
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The first trailer and images have dropped for the upcoming rom-com drama flick “One True Loves,” starring Simu Liu,
“One True Loves” is a modern twist on the classic love triangle story, adapted from author Taylor Jenkins Reid’s novel of the same name. Reid also wrote the script for the film alongside her husband, Alex Jenkins Reid.  
Soo plays Emma, who moves on after the tragic death of her husband Jesse, played by Luke Bracey. Years later, as she prepares to marry her best friend Sam, played by Liu, Jesse reappears, forcing her to choose between two men she loves dearly.
Australian actor Bracey is best known for his work on Baz Luhrman’s “Elvis” and Netflix’s “Holidate.” Soo, who rose to stardom playing Eliza Hamilton in the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” is a theater powerhouse, having collected two Grammy Awards and nominations for a Tony Award and Primetime Emmy. Liu is known for projects such as “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” “Kim’s Convenience” and the upcoming “Barbie” movie from Greta Gerwig. 
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Andy Fickman serves as director. “Bones” star Michaela Conlin and Lauren Tom from “Friends” and “The Joy Luck Club” also act in the film.
“One True Loves” is set to hit theaters on April 7, with a digital release scheduled for April 14 and an On Demand release on April 28. 
Check out the trailer and some of the first look images below:
via The Avenue Film
via The Avenue Film
via The Avenue Film
via The Avenue Film
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      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark

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