Lana Condor and Cole Sprouse head to Mars in upcoming sci-fi romantic comedy 'Moonshot'

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Lana Condor‘s latest film “Moonshot” is set to release on HBO Max early next year.

Something to look forward to: The streaming platform recently announced that the upcoming “romantic comedy with a sci-fi twist” is set to premiere on March 24, reported Deadline.

  • Condor stars alongside Cole Sprouse, Mason Gooding, Emily Rudd and Zach Braff.

  • The film, which was announced in June 2020, is set in the future on a human-colonized Mars, as NextShark previously reported.

  • Condor and Sprouse play two college students who board a space shuttle to reunite with their significant others on Mars.

  • Based on a screenplay by Max Taxe, “Moonshot” will be the first solo feature to be directed by Chris Winterbauer.


More on Condor: The 24-year-old Vietnamese-born American actor last starred in “To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” the final installment of the hit Netflix rom-com franchise “To All the Boys.”

  • In February, it was announced that Condor will also be starring in “Boo, Bitch,” an upcoming eight-episode series on Netflix, reported Variety.

  • In the half-hour series, the actor plays a high school senior who “seizes the opportunity to change her narrative and start living an epic life, only to find out the next morning that she’s a ghost.”

  • Condor is also set to star in “Girls Night,” a comedy with Brianna Hildebrand (“Lucifer,” “Deadpool”) that is currently in pre-production.


Featured Image via Lana Condor (left) and GQ (right)

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