"Love, Simon" is a 2018 American romantic comedy drama film directed by Greg Berlanti.
The starring cast includes Nick Robinson, Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Garner, Katherine Langford, Alexandra Shipp, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Keiynan Lonsdale, Logan Miller, Miles Heizer, Tony Hale and others.
Here are "Love, Simon" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
20th Century Studios on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 released the trailer for "Love, Simon" you can watch here:
Love, Simon | Official Trailer 2 | 20th Century FOX.
Here is a short review of "Love, Simon" movie plot summary.
Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) is a closeted gay high school boy living in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. He has a close and loving family - parents Emily (Jennifer Garner) and Jack (Josh Duhamel), and sister Nora (Talitha Eliana Bateman) - as well as three best friends: Nick and Leah (Katherine Langford), whom he has known most of his life, and newcomer Abby (Alexandra Shipp).
One day, Leah informs Simon about an online confession of a closeted gay student at their high school, known only by the pseudonym "Blue". Simon begins communicating with Blue via email using the pseudonym "Jacques". The two confide personal details and form a connection. However, their emails are accidentally discovered by another student, Martin, who is infatuated with Abby. After learning his secret, Martin blackmails Simon by threatening to make his emails public unless he agrees to help Martin win over Abby. Simon begins to suspect that his classmate Bram (Keiynan Lonsdale) is Blue.
At a Halloween party, Simon attempts to connect with Bram, but later walks in on him making out with a female student. During the party, Nick confides in Simon of his feelings for Abby. Simon lies to Nick, telling him that Abby has a boyfriend in college. Leah walks an inebriated Simon home, where she speaks vaguely about how she feels that she is fated to love one person very intensely; Simon believes she is referring to Nick.
Simon meets up with Abby and Martin at a local diner after he convinces them to practice lines together for an upcoming school musical. Simon bonds with their server, a classmate named Lyle (Joey Pollari), and believes that Lyle may be Blue. That night, Simon comes out to Abby and is relieved when she reacts positively.
Here is the full cast and characters of "Love, Simon" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
"Love, Simon" movie release date was scheduled to be on February 27, 2018 (Mardi Gras Film Festival), on March 16, 2018 (United States), on April 6, 2018 (United Kingdom), on May 4, 2018 (Finland), on June 16, 2018 (Netherlands), on June 21, 2018 (Hungary) and on June 28, 2018 (Germany) distributing by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 20th Century Studios, Fórum Hungary, 20th Century Fox Argentina, Big Picture 2 Films, CinemArt, Nordisk Film, Odeon TV, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. F.E., Film1, Hotstar and Imperial / Cinepix.
The duration of the film is 110 minutes. With a budget of $10 - 17 million, the film grossed over $66.3 million.
"Love, Simon" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.
Principal photography began on March 6, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia.
"Love, Simon" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 91/100. The audience also loves the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A+" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.
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