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Watch The Trailer For ‘Spoiler Alert’

The heartbreaking gay romance stars Jim Parsons, Ben Aldridge and Sally Field…

“This is less of a rom-com and more of a love story,” Jim Parsons declares in the trailer for Spoiler Alert, the upcoming film adaptation the Michael Ausiello’s beloved 2017 memoir,  Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies.

Due out in December, Spoiler Alert stars Parsons as Ausiello, a New York journalist who is bracing for the death of his husband, Kit Cowan (played by Ben Aldridge). Ausiello’s memoir chronicles his husband diagnosis with a rare and merciless form of neuroendocrine cancer and the 11 months that followed (leading to Kit’s passing in February 2015). While viewers can anticipate a tearjerker, the movie offers plenty of humour and old-fashioned romance, too, most notably in scenes that recall the early days of Ausiello and Cowan’s 13-year relationship.

Academy Award winner Sally Field stars as Kit’s mom. The cast also includes Bill Irwin, Antoni Porowski, Nikki M. James and Jeffery Self. The film was directed by Michael Showalter from a screenplay by David Marshall Grant and Dan Savage.

Spoiler Alert will debut in theaters in select cities December 2, followed by a nationwide release on December 9.

You can watch the trailer for Spoiler Alert below:

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