Queens (including Jimbo, Jujubee, and Shea Couleé) take over the screen in a new parody series, Drag Me to the Movies

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Drag Me to the Movies
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Drag queens and iconic movies? It’s a match made in heaven, right? This summer, get ready for a new parody series of blockbuster proportions starring some of your favorite Drag Race alums. Drag Me To The Movies, premiering May 15 exclusively on WOW Presents Plus, features the queens parody movies like Top Gun, Scream and The Wizard of Oz over 8 episodes. Drag Me To The Movies is written and directed by World of Wonder’s Ron Hill and Jeff Maccubbin, the editors of “UNHhhh” and creators of “Why R Humans?”.

The season’s featured flicks include “Verse Btm Gun” (Top Gun), “A Star is Spawned” (A Star is Born), “Spider-Lady of the Evening (Spider-Man),” The Silence of the Prada” (The Devil Wears Prada/The Silence of the Lambs), “Yelling Loudly” (Scream), “The Real Housewives of the Red Onion” (Knives Out), “The Wizard of Charisma Uniqueness Nerve and Talent” (The Wizard of Oz), and Showgirls and Sensibility (Showgirls/Sense and Sensibility). The series stars Ginger Minj, Jujubee, Shea Couleé, Jimbo, Crystal Methyd, Kelly Mantle, Mayhem Miller, Jaymes Mansfield, and Daya Betty.

Drag Me to the Movies
Photo courtesy of World of Wonder

“Ron and Jeff are geniuses, as you've seen with their other WOW Presents Plus Originals, UNHhhh and Why R Humans?,” said World of Wonder co-founders Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, “and we can't wait for fans to experience their latest work with Drag Me To The Movies.” This stellar cast of Drag Race fan favorites take camp classics and make them even campier! You'll never watch your favorite movies the same way again!” 

“If there are two things we are obsessed with, it's Camp Classic Movies and drag queens,” said series writer and director duo Ron Hill and Jeff Maccubbin. “And we have been so lucky to get to twist these two things that we love into something fun and profoundly stupid.  Our Awards Season-worthy cast constantly surprised us with their talent, dedication, and general green screen antics. See you at the (drag) movies!”

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