The Boys in the Band (2020 film)
|The Boys in the Band|
|Directed by||Joe Mantello|
|Screenplay by||Mart Crowley|
|Based on||The Boys in the Band|
by Mart Crowley
|Edited by||Adriaan van Zyl|
Ryan Murphy Productions
The Boys in the Band is an upcoming Netflix film directed by Joe Mantello. The film is produced by Ryan Murphy, David Stone, and Ned Martel. The film stars Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells.
On April 18, 2019, Ryan Murphy announced on his Instagram that the play The Boys in the Band would be adapted for Netflix, as a part of his $300 million dollar deal with the streaming platform. Murphy had previously revived the play for Broadway in 2018 and confirmed the director of the revival, Joe Mantello, would direct the film. David Stone and Ned Martel were announced as producers alongside Murphy. It was also confirmed that the entire cast of the 2018 Broadway revival would reprise their roles for the film, making the film have a cast of entirely openly gay actors.
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