People from all around the world were simply in love with the TV show “Everybody Loves Raymond.“

It made us laugh for so many years, and even today we love to watch an episode now and then. However, after the show ended, Ray Romano disappeared.

We've enjoyed his performances in the “Ice Age“ animated movies, where he lent his voice to Manny the mammoth, but we haven't seen him performing in other TV shows or movies. This year, Ray decided to make a comeback, and we are so excited about it.

Romano will come back in an appropriate way as he will star in a comedy movie.

Fans are hoping to once again laugh at his great jokes and acting, so hopefully, the movie won't be a disappointment.

Ray Romano is back in a romantic comedy movie

After so many years, Ray Romano is back, and once again we will get to see him do what he does best and that is to make us laugh. Yes, Ray is back in a comedy called “The Big Sick.“ The movie is about a Pakistani man Khumail (Kumail Nanjiani) who falls in love with a white American woman Emily (Zoe Kazan).

After a one night stand, they start to grow feelings for each other, but his parents are not so happy about it. Khumail's parents are trying to arrange a marriage for him and when Emily finds out the two end up breaking up. Soon after the breakup Emily gets sick, and the doctors put her in an induced coma, so it is up to Khumail to call her parents.

When Emily's parents (Ray Romano as Terry and Holly Hunter as Beth) come, Khumail decides to stay in the hospital and wait for the news. At first, Emily's mother is not happy about it because she knows they broke up, but eventually, they start talking and sharing stories and feelings.

Ray Romano is playing Emily's father, and his performance should be amazing as always.

The amazing Ray even makes it hard for us to not to laugh during the serious scenes, and we love it.

Based on a true love story

The movie is based on a true story. It is a story of Khumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily V. Gordon's courtship. The couple even wrote a screenplay for the movie, and it is entirely possible that it will be one of the hits in the incredible 2017 blockbuster season.

Next to Romano, Hunter, Nanjiani and Kazan, we will enjoy the performances of Kurt Braunohler, Bo Burnham, and Aidy Bryant. Michael Showalter, known mostly for his television accomplishments, is the director of the movie. “The Big Sick” is coming to cinemas in the upcoming summer season 2017.