Rom-Coms are no doubt the most loved genre of teenagers and adult movie lovers as well. There are hundreds of movies in this particular genre but fans always seem to have a healthy appetite.
The popularity of the Kissing Booth led Netflix to announce the second installment. On Valentine’s Day 2019, the creator confirmed that the movie is happening which made fans happy. So, the question is what do we expect for the second time other than some more kissing?
The Kissing Booth 2: Expected Release Date
Starring Joey King and Jacob Elordi, the Kissing Booth 2, will be a fine rom-com for teens. But after a long wait, since the movie was confirmed in 2019, we still don’t have any confirmed release date. Information supporting different expectations continuously coming out and we are hopeful that very soon the movie will be premiered.
Looking at the schedule and timing of other shows of Netflix, it is evident that the Kissing Booth will soon be added on the list. Another fact to concrete this aspect is that the filming has been complete in August last year. It means that the creators had a long time of six months for edit work.
The Kissing Booth 2: Who will return?
According to the latest updates, Joey King will be returning as Elle Evans alongside Joel Courtney as Lee Flynn, Noah’s younger brother, and Elle’s best friend. Two of the most important roles of Kissing Booth, Noah Flynn will be played by Jacob Elordi and Molly Ringwald will come back for more scenes as Lee and Noah’s mother.
Maisie Richardson-Sellers and Taylor Perez will join the cast and they both portray new roles that are responsible for putting some strain Noah and Elle’s long-distance relationship.
The Kissing Booth: What will happen?
Before considering what will happen or where the story will lead, it is essential to mention that there is no trailer available yet. We’ll let you know about it.
The Kissing Booth 2: Going The Distance’s synopsis suggests that Noah and Elle’s relationship will become 10x more complicated because of their long-distance status.
The synopsis mentions the difficulty in the following lines, “Noah’s 3,000 miles away at Harvard, which means they’re officially a long-distance couple – and it’s tough.”