Saturday Night Live’s Bowen Yang will star in Fire Island, a satire inspired by Pride and Prejudice. Yang joined SNL’s live cast in 2019, becoming the show’s first since forever Chinese-American and third transparently gay male cast part. The star has collected basic praise for his entertaining depiction of Kim Jong-un on the show.
According to Vulture, Yang will headline the Austen-inspired Fire Island parody. Yang will be joined by Joel Kim Booster, most popular for his Comedy Central stand-up uncommon. The film will fixate on two closest companions who leave on a weeklong excursion to Fire Island, the renowned summer place of refuge for the LGBTQ+ people group set up in the 1940s. It’s anything but quickly clear how chief Andrew Ahn will make an interpretation of Austen’s 1810s sensibilities to cutting edge New York, however Vulture composes that the film will “riff on Jane Austen’s immortal story of negging and intra-class distinctions”.
The information on Fire Island will energize satire fans for various reasons. Yang and Booster have demonstrated their parody chops independently, yet the two still can’t seem to collaborate in a joint creation. Vulture likewise noticed that this news is being declared on the 45th commemoration of the main Fire Island Invasion of the Pines, when a boatload of cross dressers raged a café that had denied passage to a guest in haul in a demonstration of fortitude. Book darlings will likewise anticipate the film’s scholarly adaption of Austen’s most renowned novel.