Always be my maybe
Netflix romantic comedy “Always Be My Maybe” is chock full of awesomeness thanks to the witty writing by the film’s co-stars/co-writers Ali Wong and Randall Park.
Among the movie’s memorable parts include the scenes with Park’s fictional band “Hello Peril,” which gifted viewers with unforgettable tracks such as “Hello,” “Tennis Ball” and the post-credit bonus “I Punched Keanu Reeves.”
“Always Be My Maybe” star Randall Park revealed that the car sex scene he shared with Ali Wong in the film was actually based on his first time.
The memorable scene, which shows Park’s character Marcus having awkward sex with Wong’s character Sasha in his car, is among the earlier scenes in the film that establish their relationship when they were younger.
Among the many highlights of Ali Wong and Randall Park’s Netflix rom-com “Always Be My Maybe” was the absolute surprise of a character played by Keanu Reeves.
Wong, who co-wrote and co-produced the film with Park, had earlier joked that she basically made the film just to kiss Daniel Dae Kim and Keanu Reeves.
Actor Daniel Dae Kim gave a nod to his co-star in the upcoming Netflix movie “Always Be My Maybe” in a heartfelt post on his Instagram.
A teaser clip of the upcoming rom-com featuring comedian Ali Wong and “Fresh off the Boat” star Randall Park has been released.
Wong herself shared the first glimpse of the film “Always Be My Maybe” on her Instagram account on Tuesday.