The Prom: James Corden on Rising with Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman For another Netflix musical!

Nicole Kidman, 53, flaunts her unfathomably young appearance as she stars in Netflix‘s new musical. The Prom close by Meryl Streep and James Corden. She is known for her unbelievably energetic appearance and flawless composition.

In one scene, the 53-year-old Australian entertainer looks a large portion of her age as she flaunts her thin casing in a sequined green dress. Her long, light hair is tied in a bun as she remains in a restaurant with Andrew Rannells, James, and Meryl.

Her troupe is finished with a dark cap and silver earrings as she sits in a room with actress Jo Ellen Pellman.

The Prom is about a company of ‘self-obsessed’ theater stars that show up in a small town in Indiana to help a lesbian high school student who needs to take her sweetheart to Prom.

The film depends on a similar reason as the musical with a similar name. It utilizes music by Matthew Sklar with lyrics by Chad Beguelin and a book by Chad and Bob Martin, all dependent on the original idea by Jack Viertel.

The trailer has set to the musical Tonight Belongs to You from the musical’s score and features the over-the-top song and dance numbers that watchers can anticipate in the film.

Kidman may sing the genuine song named “Zazz.” But the zazz in “The Prom” lies somewhere else, with Streep the majority of all.

Directed by Ryan Murphy and co-produced the movie close by producers Adam Anders, Bob Martin, Dori Berinstein, Bill Damaschke, Matthew Sklar, Scott Robertson, and Alexis Woodall.

On the chance that you like the music in “The Prom,” you’re in. If you don’t, you may wind up mostly out before the opening number’s finished. The lyrics have their special moments: There’s some deft, speedy wordplay in lines, for example, “this tour-de-force will not forces to tour!” The music, interim, agrees to energetic yet watery pop generica. When Pellman and Debose let free with a ballet, they do with a welcome delicacy of touch.

Shooting for the film started in December 2019 suspends in March during the COVID-19 pandemic. It continued on July 23, 2020.

The Prom will move into homes when it streams on Netflix on December 11, 2020.

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