Ryan Murphy's Adaptation of The Prom Will Drop in December — Meet the Star-Studded Cast
Ryan Murphy's movie adaptation of The Prom will be here before you know it! In an Instagram post on Sept. 13, Netflix revealed that the film will hit the streaming service on Dec. 11. The announcement came shortly after Murphy confirmed that filming had wrapped and gave a glimpse of the star-studded cast in costume on Instagram. From Oscar winners like Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman to Emmy winners like Kerry Washington, the adaptation of the Tony-nominated musical of the same name has everything you could ask for. The show made its Broadway debut in 2018 and follows four famous Broadway stars who try to help a young girl named Emma after learning that she has been banned from taking her girlfriend to her high school prom. See the rest of the cast for The Prom ahead.
Ariana DeBose as Alyssa
The West Side Story actress will play a popular girl in school whose mother is the head of the PTA.
Jo Ellen Pellman as Emma
The newcomer actress will star as Emma, a high schooler whose prom gets canceled because she wants to bring her girlfriend as her date.
Kerry Washington as Mrs. Greene
The Little Fires Everywhere actress will play Alyssa's mom in the movie musical.
Meryl Streep as Dee Dee Allen
The Oscar-winning actress will play Dee Dee Allen, a Tony winner who stars in a flop musical about Eleanor Roosevelt with Corden's character.
James Corden as Barry Glickman
The Late Late Show host will play one of the lead stars of a musical about Eleanor Roosevelt.
Nicole Kidman as Angie Dickinson
The Big Little Lies actress will play Angie Dickinson, a longtime chorus girl who just quit her job in Chicago.
Andrew Rannells as Trent Oliver
The Book of Mormon alum will play an actor who is down on his luck.
Kevin Chamberlin as Sheldon Saperstein
The Jessie actor will play a publicist for the Broadway stars.
Keegan-Michael Key as Principal Hawkins
The Lion King actor will play the love interest of Streep's character.