It's already been a huge hit on the stage.
And now the trailer for the hotly-anticipated film adaption of Everybody's Talking About Jamie has been released.
In a first look at the movie, Richard E. Grant teases a glimpse of his dress shop owner character Hugo and alter ego drag queen Loco Chanelle.
It's here! The first trailer for film adaption of stage show Everybody's Talking About Jamie reveals newcomer Max Harwood (pictured) as the title character
The actor, 63, is seen in the trailer as a supportive figure for title character Jamie New, who at 16 wants to becoming a performer and drag queen himself.
Richard chats to the teenager, played by newcomer MaxHarwood, telling him: 'You can't just be a boy in a dress Jamie, it's something to be laughed at' as they stand in his dress shop.
A glimpse of Richard's own drag queen alter ego is also seen, with a poster in the store showing the very glamorous Loco Chanelle in a bold red gown.
In the stage show song The Legend of Loco Chanelle (And The Blood Red Dress) is performed by Hugo and tells the story of the queen.
In character: Richard E. Grant is also seen as dress shop owner Hugo, who appears to play a supportive role to wannabe drag queen Jamie
Glimpse: Richard's alter ego drag queen Loco Chanelle is also seen in a poster displayed on the shop wall
Max Harwood, 21, who won the lead role after a 12-month search involving 3,500 applicants, also shined in the clip as title character Jamie.
The newcomer rocked a variety of eye-catching looks and flaunted his impressive ability to walk in glittery red heels.
As well as the upbeat dance numbers, the trailer revealed many emotional moments including Jamie being rejected by his father and bullied by pupils at school.
Musical: Throughout the trailer Max is seen rocking several bold looks as he performs in clubs
Work it! One scene reveals Jamie donning a sequinned mini skirt and crop top
Max has previously revealed there was plenty of prep before shooting begun, with the actor saying the pair had been receiving extensive ‘heels coaching’.
Richard shared a video of himself back in May as he tap danced around his house in silver platform heels, teasing: 'Trying out some heels for an upcoming project!'
The film's director Jonathan Butterell also told Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye that the sight of Richard in drag