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Kristen Stewart To Star In A Queer Movie And She Is Excited About It

Abby (KRISTEN STEWART) and Harper (MACKENZIE DAVIS) listen to Ted's speech in TriStar Pictures' HAPPIEST SEASON.

Kristen Stewart To Do A Queer Movie “Happiest Season”

On November 25th, the film, called Happiest Season, was supposed to hit theatres. Because of the coronavirus, it will be available for streaming in the US instead. The day before Thanksgiving, it will premiere, and we can’t wait for sure.


Abby (Kristen) travels to her girlfriend Harper’s family home for Christmas in the romantic comedy and prepares to propose before she learns that Harper has not yet come to her family.

Mackenzie Davis, whom you might recall from Black Mirror or Halt and Catch Fire, will play Kristen’s girlfriend. The rom-com also features some of my other favourite stars, such as Aubrey Plaza, who will stay in my heart forever with April Ludgate.
And Kristen’s friend will play Dan Levy, who you might remember from Schitt’s Creek as David Rose!

The director and writer Clea DuVall told in a press release.

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β€œI’m hopeful that this universal story, told through a unique lens, will join the long list of holiday classics that continue to bring all of us so much joy and happiness.”

β€œI’m hopeful that this universal story, told through a unique lens, will join the long list of holiday classics that continue to bring all of us so much joy and happiness.”

Kristen Stewart Is Excited To Be Part Of The Movie

In an interview, Kristen told:

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“I grew up watching and loving conventional movies like this. Seeing people loving each other in the middle of something that’s so standardized was really exhilarating and freeing. There’s a lack of confusion and generalization Clea brings [as a queer woman]. I want people to see that two girls in love is just so fun.”

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