The White Lotus

The White Lotus Release Date, Cast And Plot – What We Know So Far

The White Lotus is a film that follows an American girl who is the daughter of a Buddhist monk. T father has been reincarnated as Prince Siddhartha and he will marry Thea to unite their families. The only problem? The prince doesn’t know that his new wife is actually his daughter! This blog post will provide you with everything we know so far about this upcoming drama movie.

The release date for The White Lotus:

“The White Lotus” premieres on HBO on Sunday, July 11 at 9 PM EST, and the series will also be available to stream on HBO Max.

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The series was filmed at the Four Seasons Resort Maui last fall, and the shoot complied with COVID-19 guidelines, according to Maui News.

The cast of The White Lotus?

  • Murray Bartlett as Armond.
  • Connie Britton as Nicole Mossbacher.
  • Jennifer Coolidge as Tanya McQuoid.
  • Alexandra Daddario as Rachel.
  • Fred Hechinger as Quinn Mossbacher.
  • Jake Lacy as Shane Patton.
  • Brittany O’Grady as Paula.
  • Natasha Rothwell as Belinda.
  • Sydney Sweeney as Olivia Mossbacher.
  • Steve Zahn as Mark Mossbacher.

Plot Description of The White Lotus:

A woman named Thea becomes involved in the affairs of her family when she learns she’s not just royalty, but the daughter of Prince Siddhartha. The prince’s marriage to Thea will unite their families, but there’s one problem: he doesn’t know that his new wife is actually his daughter! The White Lotus, which is the story of Thea’s life (and her previous lives), will air in 2020.

“The White Lotus” places that question, in both literal and figurative incarnations, on the shoulders of each character who arrives by chartered boat to the secluded, exclusive White Lotus hotel and resort in Hawaii.

In a “Big Little Lies”-like opening-scene reveal, “The White Lotus” shares that someone here will die, and then jumps back in time one week.

The White Lotus staff aims to be, as the fussy, finicky resort manager Armond (Murray Bartlett) tells employees in the premiere episode “Arrivals,” “more generic.” The goal, Armond explains, is to “disappear behind our masks as pleasant, interchangeable helpers.

The goal is to create for the guests an overall impression of vagueness that can be very satisfying.”

Is it worth watching?

It’s worth watching for a few reasons:

The mysteries are intriguing with lots of twists to keep you guessing; it revels in its campiness rather than shying away from it as is typical of shows like this

The characters are fascinating in their own right, but they’re also just going through life events along similar lines as most people do so you can easily see yourself mirrored back to your own reality by these stories.

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