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Ali Wong and Randall Park Are Star-Crossed and Adorable In Netflix's Always Be My Maybe Trailer

Can we all it our favorite movie if we've only seen the trailer?

Amanda Bell

If you weren't already excited for Ali Wong and Randall Park's new Netflix rom-com Always Be My Maybe, this first trailer should do the trick.

In the film, the two play Sasha and Marcus, a pair of childhood friends who once hooked up and drifted apart. She's since become a famous celebrity chef, while he ... well, he moonlights as an aspiring musician but puts food on the table by working as a mover. The two reconnect when he shows up to her doorstep to deliver her things to a new locale, and they begin to rekindle their friendship just as she's grappling with being dumped by her fiance (Daniel Dae Kim).

Marcus hasn't changed as much as she has over the years, and it looks like he'd love to pick up where they last left off in the back of his tiny car, but there's one big problem: she's got a swoony new boyfriend (Keanu Reeves) whose mind-blowing bedroom techniques she can't stop talking about.

Wong and Park co-wrote this film alongside Michael Golamco, with Nahnatchka Khan directing. And if all this didn't get you excited enough, the film also stars Michelle Buteau, Vivian Bang, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, James Saito, Lyrics Born, and Susan Park.

Always Be My Maybe arrives on Netflix on Friday, May 31.