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The Boys in the Band: Watch On Netflix! Release Date, Cast Info, Plot and Trailer

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The Boys in the Band is an upcoming American gay drama film which is directed by Joe Mantello. This film was written by Mart Crowley and Ned Martel. This film is based on The Boys in the Band by Mart Crowley. Producers of this series are Ryan Murphy, David Stone, Ned Martel, Alexis Marti Woodall.

Bill Pope is the cinematographer of this film. United States is the country of origin and English is the original language of this film. The main production work editing was done by Adriaan Van Zyl. Netflix is the distributor and original network of this film.


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The Boys in the Band: Release Date

On 18th April 2019 Ryan Murphy announced that this film was adapted by Netflix. This film was confirmed on 2018. And they confirmed the directors and producers on 2018. This film have made by the cast of entirely openly gay actors. The principal photography of this film was began on July 2019. Now the film was set to release on 30th September 2020 on Netflix.

The Boys in the Band: Cast and Characters

There are many main characters are there in this series they are Jim Parsons as Michael, Zachary Quinto as Harold, Matt Bomer as Donald, Andrew Rannells as Larry, Charlie Carver as Cowboy, Robin de Jesus as Emory, Brian Hutchison as Alan, Michael Benjamin Washington as Bernard and many other cast and characters were revealed soon and we will update it soon.

The Boys in the Band: Plot Lines


This is one of the funniest film and this film revolves around the group of friends where reunite to celebrate one of their birthdays. When the host’s potentially closeted college roommates are shows up uninvited, so their evenings are thrown into turmoil. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has as approval for the rating of 88% which is based on 24 reviews with an average rating of 7.57/10. This film will be a blockbuster and it hits the box office with good reviews.

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