The wait is finally over now! Those who have been waiting with anticipation for the sequel of The Kissing Booth, reportedly, it is releasing soon. Amid COVID-19 outbreak. Most famous Hollywood actor Joey King disclosed release of the ‘The Kissing Booth 2’ and revealed that it is all set to release ‘The Kissing Booth 2′ in July. This film is featuring Joel Courtney, Jacob Elordi, and Joey King.
The Wish Upon star recently had an Instagram live session, in which she made the announcement about the release of her upcoming romantic comedy film. During the live session, she revealed that the sequel of “The Kissing Booth” will be out on July 24 on Netflix. Joey King shared the secret about her upcoming film with her co-star Joel Courtney. The live session was also conducted on Instagram, and it included little details of the first part, a surprise video call from team members, and a question-answer segment too. It also showed the deleted scenes too.
As soon as Joey King revealed the release date, fans have been going gaga, and actress on social media account got flooded with fans’ comments. Since the romantic comedy film “The Kissing Booth” was released on Netflix in 2018, fans have been eagerly waiting for its sequel.
However, the filmmakers also have to spill more details about the upcoming sequel of “The Kissing Booth.” As per the streaming giant, “The Kissing Booth” film was an immediate hit and became the most re-watched original film in 2018.
The Kissing Booth is all about the life of Elle, A character which was played by Joey King. Elle is a teenager who falls in love with her high school’s senior and bad-boy Noah, which was played by Jacob Elordi, where Elle puts her age-old friendship with her Boyfriend’s brother at stake.
This series is based on a novel by Beth Reekles, where the names have not been improvised. The director Vince Marcello takes two main characters where Noah is at Harvard, and Elle is in her senior year of high school.
Fortunately, the shooting of the upcoming film was done successfully before the global coronavirus pandemic arrived. As we know, due to the lethal spread of this extraordinary toxic disease, everything has come at a halt; since March 2020, shootings, production houses work, and editing has been on a standstill mode. And, because of worldwide lockdown, many films got delayed and postponed to next year as well.
Films that have finished its filming and post-production are only accessible exclusively on OTT platforms rather than theatrical releases.