The timeless classic, Father of the Bride, is getting a modern-update.
Longtime friends Gloria Estefan and Andy Garcia have joined forces for the HBO Max rom-com remake, the latest movie adaptation of Edward Streeter’s 1949 novel of the same name.
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What’s Father of the Bride About?
According to the synopsis, the film, set in Miami, finds a father being forced to “come to grips with his daughter’s upcoming wedding and handle multiple relationships within his sprawling Cuban American family.”
Is Father of the Bride a Remake?
Yes, it is the third remake. The first screen adaptation was in 1950 and starred Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor. It was followed by Steve Martin and Dianne Keaton’s hit in 1991.
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Who Stars in The Father of the Bride Remake?
Garcia plays Billy Herrera, the patriarch of the Herrera family who must accept that his daughter is getting married, while on the brink of a divorce with his wife, Ingrid, played by Estefan. The film also stars Isabela Merced, Diego Boneta, Chloe Fineman, and Adria Arjona.
How Can I Watch the Father of the Bride Remake?
The movie is streaming exclusively on HBO Max starting June 16. If you already have HBO through cable, you can access HBO Max for free. You can also purchase a subscription to HBO Max starting at $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year for the ad supported plan. The plan without commercials is $14.99 or $149.99 a year.
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Where can I watch Father of the Bride from 1991?
Martin’s version of the comedy is available for streaming on Disney+. A plan costs $7.99 a month or $79.99 for the year. It’s also available on Hulu through subscription or to rent on Prime Video for $3.99. A 1995 sequel, titled Father of the Bride Part II, is also available to rent or to watch on Hulu.
Where can I watch Father of the Bride from 1950?
The original 1950 movie is available on Amazon Prime Video for $2.99 or through streaming subscriptions on Apple TV or Hulu.
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