Everything We Know About The Broken Hearts Gallery

Everything We Know About The Broken Hearts Gallery

Selena Gomez is once again stepping behind the camera as an executive producer to bring to life the brand new romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery.

Image Source: Broken Heart via GIPHY

Not only is The Broken Hearts Gallery going to be the first romantic comedy of the summer, but it’s also going to the first major film to be shown in movie theaters since they were forced to shut down.

We cannot wait to sink into those worn theater seats with a fresh bowl of popcorn! But before we do, we’re sure you want to know more about what The Broken Hearts Gallery is all about.

Well, you’ve come to the right place!

What Is The Broken Hearts Gallery About?

The film follows Lucy who has recently been dumped by yet another boyfriend. Instead of torching the belongings of her past lovers, Lucy tends to hold on to them as a memory of her past. Fed up with her emotional hoarding, Lucy decides to turn her random momentos into a gallery titled The Broken Heart Gallery.

This gallery becomes a pop-up space that draws people from all over New York City who want to see Lucy’s items and even contribute to the exhibit with their own items left by lovers. With the help of the gallery, Lucy and everyone who visits The Broken Hearts Gallery are able to usher in a new wave of love.

While there is no trailer yet, we’ll keep you updated when it does drop!

Meet The Cast And Characters

Courtesy of Sony

While much of The Broken Hearts Gallery is still being kept a secret, we can reveal the cast and some of the characters they will be playing.

Our protagonist Lucy will be played by Geraldine Viswanathan, who has pervasively been seen in the 2018 film Blockers. Lucy is described as an “emotional hoarder” who turns her past lovers’ souvenirs into a pop-up art gallery exhibit.

Lucy’s love interest in the film is Nick, though we don’t know much about him. Dacre Montgomery will be bringing Nick to life. You’ll definitely recognize him from Stranger Things where he played Billy.

Phillipa Soo who is best known for bringing Eliza to life in the Tony Award-Winning musical Hamilton will be playing Nadine.

Molly Gordon (Booksmart, Good Boys) will also star in The Broken Hearts Gallery as Amanda.

Rounding out the cast is Utkarsh Ambudkar, Suki Waterhouse, Arturo Castro, Edo Nwodim, Bernadette Peters, and Taylor Hill.

Meet The Director/Writer And Executive Producer

As we said, Selena Gomez will once again be stepping behind the camera to executive producer this film. Her previous executive producer credit is on the Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why.

The film is written and directed by Natalie Krinsky. This will be Natalie’s directorial debut. She has previously served as a writer on the television shows Red Band Society, Gossip Girl, and Grey’s Anatomy.

When Does The Broken Hearts Gallery Hit Theaters?

The film is slated to hit theaters on July 10, 2020. Keep an eye on your local theaters since tickets are not yet available!

Image Source: Despicable Me via GIPHY

Are you ready to go to the movie theaters to watch this film? Do you think its going to be as amazing as we think? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP!

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY:
FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTERWEBSITE

Featured Image Source: The Broken Hearts Gallery via Twitter

0 0 vote
Article Rating

Danielle Bruncati

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

2 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
trackback

[…] double EP, Moral of the Story Chapters 1 & 2 and was featured on the Netflix Original To All The Boys: PS I Still Love You It flooded Shazam Top 200 Global and U.S charts with 1.4 million Shazams to date along with 250 […]

trackback

[…] Badgley blesses our eyes as both Dan Humphrey in Gossip Girl and Joe in You. Due to the fact, both characters are scarily similar in their habits (and […]

Back to top
2
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
%d bloggers like this: