Ryan Murphy is known for assembling A-list casts, and “The Prom” is no different. The TV titan is adapting Broadway’s “The Prom” for Netflix, and it’ll include a pop star, a few comedians and two “Big Little Lies” stars.

Ariana Grande is reuniting with Murphy after starring on his short-lived horror comedy “Scream Queens.” The Grammy winner’s career launched in 2008 with the Broadway musical “13,” and she appeared in “Hairspray Live!” in 2016. In “Prom,” Grande stars as Alyssa, a popular girl at a school where two other girls are being prevented from going to prom as a lesbian couple. Grande will also produce the soundtrack with Murphy and her manager, Scooter Braun, Deadline reports.

Academy Award winners Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman, who are co-starring on HBO’s “Big Little Lies” right now, will return to the movie musical genre for “The Prom.” Streep starred in “Into the Woods” and “Mamma Mia!” while Kidman is known for her role in “Moulin Rouge!”

Along with Broadway alums James Corden (“The History Boys”) and Andrew Rannells (“Book of Mormon”), they play actors who come to Indiana to champion gay rights—mostly in a bid to revive their diminishing theater careers. Streep plays Dee Dee Allen, Kidman portrayz Angie Dickinson, Corden plays Barry Glickman and Rannells depicts Trent Oliver. Awkwafina has been cast as their publicist while Keegan Michael-Key is set to play the local principal and Streep’s love interest.

A nationwide search is being conducted to find the perfect actress for Emma, the girl who is told she can’t bring her girlfriend to prom.

“The Prom” is currently on Broadway at the Longacre Theatre. The show was nominated for seven Tony Awards and is set to close on Aug. 11. Murphy’s adaptation is set to hit theaters in fall 2020 before releasing on Netflix.

This is one of many projects Murphy is working on for Netflix. The streaming giant signed the "Glee" showrunner to a five-year deal last year worth a reported $300 million. 

Ariana_Fragrance Ariana Grande performs onstage during the 2018 iHeartRadio by AT&T at Banc of California Stadium on June 2, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia