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We didn’t think Netflix could get any gayer… and then this happened

Ryan Murphy doesn’t show any signs of stopping–or even slowing down, for that matter–anytime soon.

Last week, the Hollywood power producer announced he was bringing the Broadway musical The Prom to Netflix. This week, he announced he’ll also be bringing the smash hit The Boys In The Band to the streaming giant.

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Murphy made the big announcement on Instagram yesterday, writing: “Last summer, THE BOYS IN THE BAND were on Broadway, breaking house records at The Booth. THIS summer, The Boys In the Band will be filming a Netflix movie event.”

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Last summer, THE BOYS IN THE BAND were on Broadway, breaking house records at The Booth. THIS summer, The Boys In the Band will be filming a Netflix movie event. The incomparable Joe Mantello, who directed the Broadway revival, will direct the film adaptation. The Broadway cast of BOYS was so important to me, and as equally groundbreaking as Mart Crowley's seminal work. Everyone in the cast was out and proud…and feeling so blessed to mark the 50th anniversary of Mart's landmark play. The entire Broadway cast will reprise their roles in the film. I can't wait to be on set with Joe and Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesus, Tuc Watkins, Michael Benjamin Washington and Brian Hutchison. I will be producing the film with David Stone and Ned Martel. Look for THE BOYS on Netflix in 2020.

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Murphy said he will be producing the project alongside David Stone and Ned Martel. Joe Mantello, who directed the Broadway revival, will also direct the film adaptation, and the entire Broadcast cast will reprise their roles.

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“I can’t wait to be on set with Joe and Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer, Charlie Carver, Robin de Jesus, Tuc Watkins, Michael Benjamin Washington and Brian Hutchison,” Murphy wrote.

Murphy, who was just named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2019, will produce the adaptation as part of his overall deal with Netflix. The film set to premiere sometime next year.