Disney has finally released the trailer of the comedy musical "Better Nate Than Ever," starring Rueby Wood and Lisa Kudrow.

The movie portrays the journey of a middle school boy named Nate Foster (played by Wood), who struggles to appear on Broadway after going viral on the TikTok platform.

The trailer that dropped on Twitter on Sunday features Kudrow as Nate's aunt Heidi, who is also a Broadway actress. In the one-minute, 39 second clip, Nate learns about an open audition for a Broadway musical, titled "Lilo & Stitch."

After failing the audition, Nate tells his aunt how he looks up to her and wants to become like her, considering she has three weeks on Broadway and an apartment in New York.

Heidi tells Nate, "You're a hundred times funnier and quicker than I am."

The clip further shows how Nate deals with his TikTok popularity. At the end of the trailer, Nate could be seen making his way to Broadway.

"Every adventure begins with a dream," the official Twitter handle wrote. "Watch the trailer for Better Nate Than Ever now! Stream the movie April 1 on @DisneyPlus."

Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions.

"My children’s names are Libby (16) and Nate (14)," one of the fans wrote. "I just got a very excited FaceTime from Libby over the fact that her name is suddenly going to be popular. I guess she didn’t notice that Nate’s is in the title and hers isn’t. But thanks for making my kids happy!"

"Hmm looks interesting," another fan commented. "Thought it feels weird to me seeing Joshua here when he's not the lead lol. Also I didn't expect a much younger actor so it will be interesting."

"Better Nate Than Ever" is based on a novel of the same name, penned by Tim Federle. The novel was originally dropped in 2013. The development of the movie began in early 2021, and Kudrow joined the project in June last year.

The movie will also feature "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" star Joshua Bassett as Nate's elder brother. The movie is all set to premiere on the Disney Plus streaming platform on April 1.

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The original Broadway cast of "The Prom" is pictured on opening night at The Longacre Theatre on Nov. 15, 2018 in New York City. Walter McBride/Getty Images