‘The Kissing Booth 3’ Has Already Been Filmed, To Debut On Netflix In 2021
It has barely been a few days since the release of The Kissing Booth 2 on Netflix and the streaming giant has already announced the film will be back for another victory lap. The Kissing Booth 3 has officially been announced. If you think that was fast, you must know that filming for the movie has been completed. Now, that’s the kind of confidence we all need!
Netflix’s teen flick starring Joey King and Jacob Elordi is coming back sooner than we thought possible. The release date of The Kissing Booth 3 has been set for 2021. Turns out the whole film was shot in secret and is now in the post-production phase. In case you’re wondering, what happens to the original cast? Well, they’re all returning. The third instalment of the mindless romantic comedy will mark the return of its original cast including Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney, Taylor Zakhar Perez and Molly Ringwald. On YouTube live on Sunday, the cast came together to announce the exciting news after a fan Q&A. Joel announced, “We actually are done filming”
King admitted, “It was the hardest secret to keep ever”. The cast members revealed that some parts of The Kissing Booth 2 were shot simultaneously with The Kissing Booth 3 so they were between shoots quite a few times even filming scenes for both in one day. That explains why Netflix had a sneak peek ready to drop last night. Check out The Kissing Booth 3 sneak peek clip here:
From this little teaser, it looks like the follow-up is going to be a classic summer before college kind of movie. The Kissing Booth 2 ended on a cliffhanger with Elle undecided about which college to attend. So there is rife ground to explore the post highschool arc of Elle and Noah’s relationship.
The Kissing Booth which released back in 2018 wasn’t pleasing any critics but the popularity of the film gave it an endlessly rewatchable status. Fans have been vying for a sequel and now that they have it, they’re getting some more of teen drama silliness. That being said, the second part did have some redeeming qualities over the first right? Maybe, the third chapter will explain why the film franchise is getting a return in the first place.
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