It could not have been the “Happiest Season” for the cast of the brand new Hulu vacation rom-com.
In a brand new interview, Aubrey Plaza revealed COVID-19 hit the set of the Kristen Stewart-led LGBTQ Christmas film in late February after they have been filming.
“Yes, proper earlier than COVID, in truth, COVID was on our set. Kristen got sick, however we did not know,” Plaza, 36, said on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” last week.
Plaza added that lots of people on the set got sick round that point and nobody thought something of it.
“It was the final week of February so individuals have been beginning, it was like that zone the place individuals have been beginning to discuss coronavirus, however individuals have been laughing about it,” she mentioned. “No one understood how severe it was. But a bunch of individuals on our set got sick. I did not, thank God.”
Reps for Hulu and Stewart didn’t instantly return Page Six’s request for remark.
The movie — which additionally stars Dan Levy, Mackenzie Davis, Mary Steenburgen, Victor Garber and Alison Brie — hit the streaming service on Nov. 25.