Nicholas Galitzine as Prince Henry and Taylor Zakhar Perez as Alex Claremont-Diaz in Prime Video’s Red, White & Royal Blue (Prime Video picture).
July 6, 2023
Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service has introduced the Aug. 11 debut of Red, White & Royal Blue, a political LGBT love story primarily based on the New York Times bestseller by Casey McQuiston.
The movie stars Taylor Zakhar Perez, Nicholas Galitzine, Clifton Collins Jr., Sarah Shahi, and Rachel Hilson, with Stephen Fry and Uma Thurman.
Alex Claremont-Diaz (Perez), the son of the President of the United States (Thurman), and Britain’s Prince Henry (Galitzine) are each good-looking and recognized for his or her disdain for one another. 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.” But 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.
Red, White & Royal Blue marks the characteristic movie co-writing and directing debut of Tony Award-winning playwright Matthew López.
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