RuPaul set to soar in new movie ‘Drag Queens on a Plane’

RuPaul set to soar in new movie ‘Drag Queens on a Plane’

World of Wonder, the production company behind RuPaul’s Drag Race has just announced your new favorite movie.

RuPaul will star (naturally) in the feature length comedy film, called Drag Queens on a Plane.

Variety broke the story, and described the project thusly:

On the maiden voyage of Glamazonian Airways, RuPaul has packed the flight with drag’s finest. But some evil trolls who don’t believe in loving yourself are on board and will do their damnedest to bring the plane down.

What do you think? You on board?

Drag Race goes international

But wait, there’s more!

World of Wonder also announced that Drag Race is being exported.

Drag Race Thailand will hit screens for its debut season soon. It has already gone into production, and will be hosted by fashion stylist Art-Araya In-dra. It will air on Line TV starting February 15, reports C21.

The show follows in the footsteps of The Switch Drag Race: El Arte del Transformismo, the Chilean version of the show that premiered in 2015.

“We have seen an overwhelming global demand for scripted and unscripted content illuminating the stories within drag culture,” said World of Wonder co-founders Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato. “What was previously thought of as niche is now undeniably mainstream. World of Wonder will continue to bring meaningful, fabulous, filled-with-love entertainment to fans both on screen and off.”

There are also plans to its convention, RuPaul’s DragCon, to international territories starting next year.

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