GLOW Movie: Alison Brie is Pessimistic About It

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Netflix cancelled “GLOW” last October and fans are devastated including Alison Brie.

GLOW” stands for Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling. Although these amazing ladies were a knockout and its fanbase enough to fill stadiums, the bigtime streaming platform Netflix still pushed through with its sudden cancellation.

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Fans, cast, and crew-alike were devastated with the platform’s decision. The whole GLOW family are in the talks of releasing a possible movie but Alison Brie who plays Ruth says that we should not get our hopes up high.

She said in an interview, “I’m a little pessimistic about it actually happening just in light of everything that’s gone on this year and how difficult it is to get anything back into production with COVID.”

Marc Moron who plays Sam Sylvia in the show spilled the tea in an interview. He reveals that we might be seeing a follow-up film that is centered on the show’s storyline to “tie up loose ends”.

The coronavirus pandemic has made great impacts on different industries worldwide especially for production and entertainment. Major releases such as Mulan and Wonder Woman 1984 were forced to withhold their premieres in movie theaters for everyone’s safety. Instead, they opted for digital and streaming releases.

Creating a vaccine for this virus is looking pretty promising but COVID-19 cases and deaths are still on the rise – leaving most industries hanging by a thread.

Alison Brie also opened up about how fans have been requesting for a “Community” movie for years but it hasn’t come to full fruition. “So what I’m saying is don’t hold your breath because if it [GLOW movie] does happen, it might take a minute,” she said.

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