Three Pink, White & Royal Blue clips from Amazon Studios’ upcoming movie adaptation of Casey McQuiston’s 2019 bestselling novel have been launched, that includes Taylor Zakhar Perez’s Alex Claremont-Diaz and Nicholas Galitzine’s Prince Henry. The romantic comedy might be obtainable for streaming on August 11 — completely on Prime Video.
The clips tease the unlikely pair’s relationship progress all through the film, as they unexpectedly discover themselves in an enemies-to-lovers scenario. After hating one another for thus lengthy, they’ll lastly have the possibility to bond with one another following a cake incident.
Take a look at the Pink, White and Royal Blue clips beneath (watch extra trailers):
Who’s Pink, White & Royal Blue about?
“Alex Claremont-Diaz, the son of the President of the US (Uma Thurman), and Britain’s Prince Henry have so much in frequent: Gorgeous attractiveness, simple charisma, worldwide reputation … and a complete disdain for one another,” reads the synopsis. “Separated by an ocean, their long-running feud hasn’t actually been a difficulty, till a disastrous—and really public—altercation at a royal occasion turns into tabloid fodder, driving a possible wedge in U.S./British relations on the worst attainable time. Going into damage-control mode, their households and handlers pressure the 2 rivals right into a staged “truce.” However as Alex and Henry’s icy relationship unexpectedly begins to thaw right into a tentative friendship, the friction that existed between them sparks one thing deeper than they ever anticipated.”
Pink, White & Royal Blue is directed and government produced by Tony winner Matthew López from a screenplay he co-wrote with Ted Malawer. The movie additionally stars Clifton Collins Jr., Sarah Shahi, Rachel Hilson, with Stephen Fry and Uma Thurman, Ellie Bamber, Thomas Flynn, Malcolm Atobrah, Akshay Khanna, Sharon D Clarke, Aneesh Sheth, and Juan Castano.
The movie is government produced by McQuiston, Michael Riley McGrath, and Michael S. Constable, with Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schecter serving as producers. Amazon Studios first acquired the rights to the novel again in 2019.