Australian pop star Troye Sivan’s new movie Three Months will come to streaming in Australia on March 1.
Last week, Troye excitedly teased the new lead role in the queer coming-of-age comedy-drama.
In the film, Sivan plays Caleb, a Florida teenager “who loves his camera, his weed, and his grandmother.”
However on the eve of his high school graduation, just as a new chapter of Caleb’s life begins, the teenager is exposed to HIV during a hookup.
“Florida, 2011. Caleb Kahn gets a text from a hot one night stand that he never thought he’d hear from again,” Troye explains on Instagram.
“He has just tested positive for HIV.
“Caleb remembers; the condom broke. How long until Caleb finds out if he has it too? Three Months.”
While Caleb waits, he finds love “in the most unlikely places.”
For Australian audiences, Paramount+ has confirmed the movie will be available on the streaming service here on Tuesday, March 1.
Three Months is written and directed by Jared Frieder and also stars Viveik Kalra, Brianne Tju, Ellen Burstyn, Judy Greer, Javier Munoz, Louis Gossett, Jr. and Amy Landecker.
Troye Sivan has also written two original songs for the new movie.
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Troye Sivan last acted in gay drama Boy Erased
In 2020, Troye Sivan moved back to Australia, buying a house in Melbourne at the start of the pandemic after five or six years living in the US. Last year he returned to the US.
The 26-year-old last acted in a supporting role in the 2018 drama Boy Erased.
The devastating gay conversion therapy drama, based on a true story, starred Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe.
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