"The Prom" is a 2020 American musical comedy film directed by Ryan Murphy.
The starring cast includes Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, Andrew Rannells, Kerry Washington, Ariana DeBose, Jo Ellen Pellman, Sam Pillow, Tracey Ullman and others.

Here are "The Prom" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The Prom movie?

Netflix on Thursday, November 26, 2020 released the trailer for "The Prom" you can watch here:
The Prom | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is The Prom movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The Prom" movie plot summary.

In Edgewater, Indiana, head of the James Madison High School PTA, Mrs. Greene (Kerry Washington), announces the school's prom will be canceled because female student Emma Nolan (Jo Ellen Pellman) wanted to take a girl to the dance, defying their traditional beliefs and much to the dismay of their principal, Tom Hawkins (Keegan-Michael Key), who supports Emma.
Meanwhile, in New York City, narcissistic Broadway stars Dee Dee Allen (Meryl Streep) and Barry Glickman (James Corden) are disappointed after their show Eleanor! The Eleanor Roosevelt Story closes on opening night due to negative reviews. They are comforted by Trent Oliver (Andrew Rannells), a Juilliard graduate who is between acting jobs, and Angie Dickinson (Nicole Kidman), a performer who has just quit her part in the chorus of Chicago. They realize Dee Dee and Barry need a cause to seem caring and selfless, and after finding Emma's story on Twitter, they drive to Indiana with the cast of Godspell.
At school, Emma is bullied and harassed for being a lesbian and for the cancellation of the prom. The actors barge into the next PTA meeting in favor of Emma and while Mrs. Greene is furious, Hawkins reveals he is a big fan of Dee Dee. Emma and her secretly closeted girlfriend, Alyssa (Ariana DeBose), Mrs. Greene's daughter, meet in private and talk about Alyssa coming out to her mother. The actors arrive at a motel and perform at a monster truck rally event, but are booed off the stage. Hawkins tells them the Indiana Supreme Court wants the school to hold a prom for Emma and invites Dee Dee to have dinner with him at Applebee's, where the pair bond. The next day, a number of promposals occur and Alyssa's cheerleader friends Kaylee (Logan Riley) and Shelby (Sofia Deler) find out about Alyssa's plan to come out. At Emma's grandmother's house, Grandma Bea (Mary Kay Place) reveals Emma was kicked out by her parents at sixteen when she came out, and Barry tells her he left his house before his parents had the chance to make him leave. Afterward, it is revealed that the PTA arranged a separate prom for her, with the real prom being held at a private club. A furious Emma calls Alyssa, who tells her she did not know and she is not ready to come out yet. Dee Dee accidentally reveals they came to Indiana to improve their image, leaving Principal Hawkins (Keegan-Michael Key) disappointed with her.

Cast

Who plays who in the The Prom movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Prom" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Meryl Streep  as Dee Dee Allen a narcissistic two-time Tony award-winning Broadway actress
James Corden  as Barry Glickman a narcissistic Broadway actor
Nicole Kidman  as Angie Dickinson a chorus girl
Keegan-Michael Key  as Principal Hawkins the principal of James Madison High School
Andrew Rannells  as Trent Oliver a Julliard graduate
Kerry Washington  as Mrs. Greene the head of Edgewater's PTA
Ariana DeBose  as Alyssa Greene Emma's girlfriend and the daughter of Mrs. Greene
Jo Ellen Pellman  as Emma Nolan a lesbian teenage girl
Sam Pillow  as a young Barry Glickman
Tracey Ullman  as Vera Glickman Barry's mother
Kevin Chamberlin  as Sheldon Saperstein Dee Dee and Barry's publicist
Mary Kay Place  as Grandma Bea Emma's supportive grandmother
Sofia Deler  as Shelby Alyssa and Kaylee's friend and Kevin's girlfriend
Nico Greetham  as Nick Kaylee's boyfriend whose parents are divorced
Nathaniel J. Potvin  as Kevin Shelby's boyfriend
Logan Riley  as Kaylee
Frank DiLella  as Frank DiLella
Chet Dixon  as Motel Clerk
Spencer Tomich  as Young Barry Crush
Portia Bartley  as Internet Student
Carmyne Rey  as Internet Student
Mia Danelle  as Internet Student
Cora Lu Tran  as Internet Student (as Cora Tran)
Phi Kenzie  as Internet Student (as Phi Kenzi)
Lando Coffy  as Internet Student
Caroline Rich  as Indiana Reporter
Beth Johnson Nicely  as Indiana Reporter / Lead Dancer
Patrick Wetzel  as Indiana Reporter / Lead Dancer
Pam Cook  as Parent #1
Michele Levar  as Math Teacher
Kayley Stallings  as Female Student
Briana Price  as Red Carpet Reporter
Carly J. Casey  as Red Carpet Reporter
John Wusah  as Red Carpet Reporter
Jill K. Allen  as Red Carpet Reporter
Ryan Kendrick  as Red Carpet Reporter
Richard Tanner  as Red Carpet Reporter
Annie Ruby  as Red Carpet Reporter
Brenna Daly  as First Student (at Mall)
Megan Truong  as Second Student (at Mall)
Riley Rydin  as Fifth Student (at Mall)
Colin McCalla  as Prom Photographer
Sebastian Vale  as PTA Parent
James Henry Williams Jr.  as PTA Parent
Cary Lowe  as PTA Parent
Lisa Cohen  as PTA Parent
Jack Daniel Stanley  as PTA Parent
Becky Stockton  as PTA Parent
Brooklin Thacher  as PTA Parent
Linda Griffin  as New York Party Guest
Juliet Fischer  as New York Party Guest
Alan Salazar  as New York Party Guest
Cortney Alexander  as New York Party Guest
Whitney Nicole  as New York Party Guest
Cindera Che  as New York Party Guest
Doug Penikas  as New York Party Guest
Dawn Noel  as New York Party Guest
Joe Abraham  as New York Party Guest
Jamie Torcellini  as New York Party Guest (as Jamie Andrew Torcellini)
Lonnie Henderson  as New York Party Guest (as Lonnie Lyndell Henderson)
Mark Reis  as New York Party Guest
Shauna Davis  as New York Party Guest
Mic Thompson  as New York Party Guest
Devinn Harris  as New York Party Guest
Kc Monnie  as New York Party Guest (as KC Monnie)
Carlena Britch  as New York Party Guest
Cecilie A. Stuart  as New York Party Guest (as Cecilie Stuart)
Corey Wright  as New York Party Guest
Bubba Dean Rambo  as New York Party Guest
Chelsea Corp  as New York Party Guest
Eliotte Nicole  as New York Party Guest
Jillana Laufer  as New York Party Guest
Tino Smith  as New York Party Guest
Rees James  as Waiter
Aaron Alexander Gordon  as Waiter
Struther Dalton White  as Waiter
Patrick Ellis  as Waiter
Louis Williams Jr.  as Waiter
Matthew Kazmierczak  as Waiter
Brandon Hudson  as Waiter
Tyquan Christie  as Waiter
Nathan Trasoras  as Waiter
Michael Munday  as Waiter
Alex Jackson  as Godspell Cast
Ashley L Douglas  as Godspell Cast
Bailey Day Sonner  as Godspell Cast (as Bailey Sonner)
Brittany Freeth  as Godspell Cast
Charissa Kroeger  as Godspell Cast
Chris Liu  as Godspell Cast (as Christopher Liu)
Vasthy Mompoint  as Godspell Cast
Matthew Rogers  as Godspell Cast
Yusuf Nasir  as Godspell Cast
Adam Lower  as Love Thy Neighbor / HS Student Dancer
Jason Hancock  as Love Thy Neighbor / HS Student Dancer
Joshua Bergner  as Love Thy Neighbor / HS Student Dancer
Leanne Langston  as Love Thy Neighbor / HS Student Dancer (as Leanne Tessa Langston)
Caitlyn Domalaon  as Love Thy Neighbor / HS Student Dancer
Anna Berg  as Student Dancer
Kelly Sweeney  as Student Dancer
Donyea Martin  as Student Dancer
Dougal Herr  as Student Dancer
Erica Lynn  as Student Dancer
Jade Patteri  as Student Dancer
Jason Martin  as Student Dancer
Tasha Casberg  as Student Dancer
Kerrice Brooks  as Student Dancer
Kiara T. Romero  as Student Dancer (as Kiara Romero)
Luis Tomas Martinez  as Student Dancer (as Luis 'L.T.' Martinez)
Marcus Bailey  as Student Dancer (as Marcus Allen Bailey)
Matthew Elliott  as Student Dancer (as Matt Elliott)
Mariah Iman Wilson  as Student Dancer (as Mariah Wilson)
Matthew Moseley  as Student Dancer (as Matthew Mosley)
Morgan Dudley  as Student Dancer
Pierce Allison  as Student Dancer
Monroe Cline  as Student Dancer
Julia Marley  as Student Dancer
Katie Morton  as Student Dancer
Thomas Reasoner  as Student Dancer
Nicole Rush  as Student Dancer
Ramone Garcia  as Student Dancer
Sierra Puett  as Student Dancer
Simba Woods  as Student Dancer
Sydney Cope  as Student Dancer
Chase Bowden  as Student Dancer
T.C. Carter  as Student Dancer
Jose Velazquez  as Student Dancer
Chad Vaught  as Student Dancer
Dominique Kelley  as Lady's Improving Dancer
Nicholas Pauley  as Lady's Improving Dancer
Owen O. Scarlett  as Lady's Improving Dancer (as Owen Scarlett)
Derrick Boyce  as Lady's Improving Dancer
Jack Sippel  as Lady's Improving Dancer
John Michael Fowler  as Lady's Improving Dancer
Ry Chase  as Internet Student
Brendan Jordan  as Internet Student
Taylor Plecity  as Internet Student
Bj Wolf  as Internet Student (as BJ Wolf)
Noah Der  as Internet Student (as Noah Conner Der)
Miracle Washington  as Internet Student
Amanda LaCount  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Andrew Perez  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Anthony Arellano  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Ashley Porter  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Carlos Sanchez  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Dominic Eustes  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Frank Soares  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Evan DeBenedetto  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Halima Dodo  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Jade Falkenberg  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Jasmine Rafael  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Jeka Jane  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Jenna Ashley  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Kendra Johnson  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Mark Cruz  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Nikki Keeshin  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Ray Gordon II  as Inclusive Prom Dancer (as Ray Gordon)
Stephanie Dai  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Sydney Lewis  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Troy Carpenter  as Inclusive Prom Dancer
Dermot Mulroney  as Michael O'Neal (archive footage)
Julia Roberts  as Julianne Potter (archive footage)

Release date

When is The Prom movie release date?

"The Prom" movie release date was scheduled to be on December 4, 2020 (United States) distributing by Netflix.

Filming

What are The Prom filming details?

The duration of the film is 131 minutes. The film grossed over $187,430.

"The Prom" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Prom movie?

"The Prom" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 57/100.

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