Maybe I Do Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know
Love, light, and romance all are things that go well together and make you think of more possibilities. When you put these two ideas together, especially at this point in the year, you can’t help but feel like a romantic. And nothing gets to the heart of these ideas better than a romantic comedy.
There are many ideas about why chick flicks are so well-liked. But it’s not a stretch to think that the only reason is to remind us that when love is involved, anything can happen. So, if you want just a spark of that hopefulness, the upcoming movie Maybe I Do by Michael Jacobs is the perfect way to get it going.
The film is made by a master craftsman, so people who watch it can be sure that it is in safe hands. Creator and producer Michael Jacobs, who has worked in TV for a long time, is back with this movie. Fans of Jacobs know that he has a knack for making pieces that work well in different situations. Just look at his list of movies to see that this is true.
After starring in Netflix’s hit “The Holidate,” these two actors are back together in this story, which also features two of the most famous leads from rom-coms, Susan Sarandon and Richard Gere. This time, they would then play a couple who decides to welcome their mom and dad to eventually meet and discuss marriage, but it turns out that their mom and dad already know very well each other.
Jacobs became famous by constructing a core fan base of people who grew up watching family sitcoms. Relationships as well as the drama that comes with them were a big part of his work, and he always got it right.
Jacobs is known for his work on popular TV shows like Charles in Charge, Boy Meets World, Dinosaurs, Girl Meets World and My Two Dads. He has been praised for his work in that field and has won an Emmy and a People’s Choice Award.
But if you think that TV and movies are two different things, Jacobs has also done well in this area. His 1994 movie Quiz Show got him nominations for a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, as well as an Academy Award. Even though it’s been a long time since his last film, he’s back with one that’s sure to make people laugh and feel love. Here’s what to look forward to in Maybe I Do.
Maybe I Do Release Date
Fans of romantic comedies will not have to wait long. The movie Michael Jacobs wrote and will direct will come out on January 27, 2023.
Maybe I Do Cast
The first-rate cast is one thing that makes this movie an early standout. The story will be told by stars who are known for being great in romantic comedies. Emma Roberts (Holidate) or Luke Bracey (Elvis) will play the love birds.
Diane Keaton (Father of the Bride), Susan Sarandon (Bull Durham), Richard Gere (Pretty Woman/Officer and a Gentleman), and William H. Macy are also important parts of this drama (Pleasantville).
All of them work together to give fans a great story, but it’s pretty hot. “Gere and Sarandon perform lovers who can marry Keaton but rather Macy, who is having an affair,” says Glamour. Hot and heavy don’t even begin to describe what’s going on here.
Maybe I Do Trailer
Maybe I Do Plot
Perhaps I Do is a sort of comedy of mistakes that come up because of how hard it is for two couples to get along. Michelle as well as Allen are in a relationship and want to take their relationship to the next level.
In other words, those who desire to be married, but want there own parents to comply and get to understand each other’s families before they make any decisions. Kind of like Bride’s father, right? Well, what they don’t know (but will find out eventually) is that one‘s parents know one another pretty well. Not in a friendly or social way.
As it did turn out, and as the trailer shows, each parent has been engaged in an affair with their spouse. So, their feelings about marriage in general and about their kids’ decision to get married aren’t quite what the kids were expecting. As the get-to-know-you dinner starts to go wrong, the parents have to figure out how to keep their secret information from their kids and maybe even help them decide whether or not to get married.
If the name doesn’t give it all away, Maybe I Do is a story about marriage and how hard it is to make a big choice like that. Two people have put their cards just on the table in the middle. And marriage is the draw. So, when their relationship is at a turning point, the young couple decided it was time to involve the rest of their family.
They send out such an invite for their parents to get together. The worry about getting married and meeting the new family seems to be the biggest shock. But as it did turn out, that was not the biggest surprise.
What they soon find out is even more shocking: this isn’t the first time one‘s parents have met. Russia says, “As it did turn out, they already know each other well,” emphasizing the word “known.”
But as a warning, people who go to this kind of movie should know that it won’t be as mushy as most movies in this genre. Maybe I Do isn’t like most Hallmark stories. Instead, Jacobs adds a little bit of spice and naughtiness to the mix. But with such a tantalizing balance, it’s the perfect winter elixir and enough to light embers, making the new year sparkle.
“Michelle and Allen have been together long enough to think about getting married, so they decide it’s time for their parents to meet. But to everyone’s surprise, the mother knows each other way too well—intimately well!”
If you think the most important thing in Maybe I Do is whether or not Michelle and Allen decide to take their relationship to the next level, you are very wrong. Meeting the parents is one of the scary parts of a relationship, and Michelle & Allen should’ve just done it sooner because things will soon become messy.
Both sets of grandparents are in marriages that are hard to understand and, I think it’s safe to say, unhappy. All four of them have been seeing other people, which wouldn’t be the worst thing that could happen if they weren’t seeing…well, you get the idea. But if you still don’t know what we’re talking about, the trailer we’ll talk about later will explain everything.