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How to Date Billy Walsh First Look From Prime Video

Prime Video has provided Vital Thrills with the trailer, key art, and photos for How to Date Billy Walsh, an Original British high school romantic comedy movie premiering on April 5, 2024.

The movie stars Sebastian Croft (Heartstopper) as Archie, Charithra Chandran (Bridgerton) as Amelia, and Tanner Buchanan (Cobra Kai) as Billy.

How to Date Billy Walsh First Look From Prime Video

The additional cast includes Kunal Nayyar (The Big Bang Theory), Nick Frost (Paul), Guz Khan (Army of Thieves), Lucy Punch (Motherland), and newcomer Daisy Jelley (London Kills).

In How to Date Billy Walsh, teenagers Amelia (Charithra Chandran) and Archie (Sebastian Croft) have been best friends since childhood. Archie has always been there to fight Amelia’s battles and laugh at her jokes, all while keeping his lifelong love for her a secret.

How to Date Billy Walsh

Just when he builds up the courage to declare his feelings, Amelia falls head over heels for Billy Walsh (Tanner Buchanan), the new American transfer student.

Heartbroken, Archie goes to great lengths to try to keep Amelia and Billy away from each other but ends up pushing them closer together and risks losing his best friend in the process.

Sebastian Croft, who plays Archie, said, “I’m thrilled that audiences will get to see How To Date Billy Walsh. The process of bringing this uniquely British rom-com to life has been an incredible journey, and I’m eager to see it bring the same level of joy into people’s homes that we experienced whilst making the movie.”

Charithra Chandran, who plays Amelia, said, “Playing Amelia has been an incredibly rewarding experience for me, and I couldn’t be happier for others to get to see how much fun we had making this funny, heart-warming film for Prime Video.”

How to Date Billy Walsh

How to Date Billy Walsh is directed by Alex Sanjiv Pillai (Bridgerton) from a script by Alexander J. Farrell and Greer Ellison (Making a Killing).

The movie is produced by Matt Williams (Save the Cinema) with co-producer Neil Jones (The Colour Room), both of Future Artists Entertainment.

Piers Tempest (Military Wives), Merlin Merton, and Sebastian Street (Tomorrow) are the executive producers.

The creative credits also include director of photography Hamish Doyne-Ditmas (Save the Cinema), production designer Julian Nagel (Been So Long), costume designer Eleanor Baker (The Princess Switch 3), make-up designer Chloe Edwards (Breeders), and editor Matt Platts-Mills (Sanditon).