The director of the happiest season wish to do a sequel and already has concepts
ONE Happiest season Sequel hasn’t been given the green light yet, but director Clea DuVall has ideas. The Holiday Rom-Com recently debuted on Hulu. With Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis as a lesbian couple in an awkward position over Christmas, the film has become an online sensation since its debut. Assuming the powers that want to be harnessed at a different rate appear ready, DuVall appears ready.
The happiest season was directed by Clea DuVall, who co-wrote the script with Mary Holland, who also appears in the film as Jane, the upbeat sister of Mackenzie Davis’ Harper. During a recent interview, DuVall was asked if she would like to do a sequel. The filmmaker announced that she would love it and that they even discussed it on the set. Here’s what she had to say about it.
“I’d love to do a sequel … I mean, I have a few ideas. We all had such a great time making the film that we talked about it back then. But it was also like that, who knew someone would interested in the movie or not? So I’m definitely more than open to it. ”
While Kristen Stewart’s Abby story ended with her being back with Harper, there are still storylines to be drawn. The focus of the film is Abby, who learns that Harper kept their relationship a secret from her family when she went home to meet her parents on vacation. Your relationship will be tested, but ultimately they manage to sort things out.
However, the internet has strong opinions on the matter. Many wanted to see Abby get together with Riley, who was played by Parks and Recreation alum Aubrey Plaza. There would no doubt be an audience for a spin-off / sequel focused on Riley. Either way, the film’s viral nature suggests that the happiest season 2 might be on the cards. Clea DuVall talks about the film’s online popularity and says she is humble about it.
“I don’t even really understand what viral means. I make this joke a lot in our house. I get two text messages saying, ‘I went viral.’ I’m really just so excited that people are watching the movie and being affected by it and having conversations about it, there was so little visibility that something like this came out and was so visible and so seen and wanted to be seen by so many people, it’s a lot humble. It’s really wild. ”
The happiest time of the year was originally supposed to appear in cinemas in time for Christmas. 2020 had other plans. Instead, it was sold to Hulu, where it debuted late last month. It quickly gained a lot of traction online. The film currently has an 84 percent critical and audience approval for Rotten Tomatoes. How for a follow up? Your train, Hulu. This message comes to us through Variety.
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