Trixie Mattel Fears a Future Without Katya in New “Moving Parts” Trailer

"Nobody’s going to want to see me without her."

Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts made the festival rounds earlier this year, and now the award-winning documentary is set to be released to the public in December.

The film, directed by Nick Zeig-Owens, follows Trixie (real name Brian Firkus) over a year of her life as she experiences the highest highs and lowest lows of being one of the most popular drag queens on the planet.

“I think that this film does a really good job of showing that on the flip side of a coin, drag can be so fierce. And so many moments last year we were like, ’Oh my God, I can’t believe this happening,’” the RuPaul’s Drag Race legend told NewNowNext. “And so many parts of last year were also like, ’Oh, this is the worst day of my life, and there’s no handbook to handle it.'”

To hold the children over until the film’s release, a new trailer has been released. It focuses on the aftermath of Katya’s “complete total psychotic break from reality,” quitting The Trixie and Katya Show, their Viceland series, halfway through the first season.

“Nobody’s going to want to see me without her,” the Skinny Legend worries in the preview. Of course, judging from her sold-out shows, chart-topping albums, and All Stars crown, we know that’s not true.

Check out the new trailer below and keep your eyes peeled for more details on Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts’ December release.

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