The Kissing Booth took the internet by storm post its 2018 release. The story was clichéd yet made a strong connect with the youth. The depiction of love, friendship and mere relationships during that age was beautifully portrayed in the most realistic manner. Ever since then fans have been eagerly awaiting for The Kissing Booth 2. And what the viewers want, the viewers get.
Netflix made an announcement on February 14th 2020 that there will be a sequel to Kissing Booth. The sequel has been shot and is ready for a spring 2020 release.
The Kissing Booth 2 Release Date – July 24, 2020 (Netflix)
The Kissing Booth has been adapted from the author Beth Reekles book by the same name, The Kissing Booth. The sequel to the book titled The Kissing Booth 2: Going the Distance released in January 2020. Reekles has confirmed that the sequel of the movie will be based on the book itself.
The Kissing Booth 2 has been directed by Vince Marcello and co-written alongside Jay Arnold. The movie has been produced by Michele Weisler, Andrew Cole-Bulgin and Edward Glauser.
The Kissing Booth 2 Trailer
The trailer of The Kissing Booth 2 has not been released yet. There has been an announcement video that confirmed The Kissing Booth 2. Dive back into the journey of Noah and Elle and re-watch The Kissing Booth to refresh old memories.
Until the trailer of Kissing Booth 2 is released, watch the trailer of Kissing Booth here:
The Kissing Booth 2 Plot
The Kissing Booth ended on the note of Noah heading off to college leaving behind his high school girlfriend Elle. Elle wasn’t quite sure whether their relationship would stand the test of distance.
But all goes well. Elle Evans has the best summer of her life. She spends tons of time with her boyfriend, a now reformed young man. But after fun galore they head back to reality, Noah back to Harvard and Elle to high school to complete her senior year.
The Kissing Booth 2 will take us on a journey with Elle. A senior at school who juggles academics, the desire to get into her dream college with her best friend Lee, a rather long distance relationship and a very distracting new friendship with a handsome new classmate, Marco. On the other hand Noah too will grow increasingly close to Chloe, a college girl. Elle battles with her insecurities and the need to trust her boyfriend. Through this journey she will realise who her heart truly yearns for.
The Kissing Booth 2 Cast
Fans across the world have been beyond pleased ever since Netflix announced that there would be a sequel to The Kissing Booth. Fans had very easily connected to the characters and emotionally invested in them.
The biggest fear that the viewers had was that Jacob Elordi would not reprise his role as Noah Flynn. This doubt arose as he was nowhere in the announcement video.All worries were put to rest by Elordi. He confirmed that he would return to play Noah opposite Joey King. King plays the role of Elle Evans.
Other recurring cast members include Joel Courtney as Lee Flynn who was Noah’s brother and Elle’s best friend. Meganne Young would return as Lee’s girlfriend, Rachel. Noah and Lee’s mother, Molly Ringwald would be returning as well. Even the character of Olivia played by Bianca Bosch would be there.
Along with the return of the stellar cast of The Kissing Booth there will also be a few new faces. Maisie Richardson-Sellers and Taylor Perez are additions to the cast. Maisie will be playing Chloe and Taylor will be Marco. Both will be love interests not of each other. Call us crazy… but we are a tad bit worried after hearing this.
How to watch The Kissing Booth 2?
The Kissing Booth is a Netflix original film. The first part was released on Netflix in 2018 and soon after that the fans wished for a sequel. Since the first movie streamed on Netflix it is but natural for the second to do the same. To watch The Kissing Booth 2 follow the next few simple steps:
- Download the Netflix app through Play store or App store
- Login into your account or subscribe to Netflix
- Search for The Kissing Booth 2 (Watch The Kissing Booth until Kissing Booth 2 streams)