Everything We Know About Kissing Booth Part 3
Netflix's The Kissing Booth has become a favourite among rom-com fans. After the hugely popular sequel, The Kissing Booth 2, came out last year, the streaming giant will release the third and final film The Kissing Booth 3 this summer. Until then, here's everything we know about The Kissing Booth 3
What will The Kissing Booth 3 be about?
The upcoming third film will tackle Elle's challenges in deciding where she will attend college. She has been accepted to both Harvard, the same school Noah will attend, and Berkely, where BFF Lee has enrolled. Where will she go?!
Was filming affected by Covid-19?
Luckily, no! It was revealed that the second film and the third film were shot at the same time in South Africa in 2019. This meant the cast and crew were mostly unaffected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic which has shut down the production of hundreds of films and TV shows.
During a live YouTube event with the cast following the premiere of the second film, Joel Courtney (who plays Lee) explained: "We filmed two and three at the exact same time."
"It was the hardest secret to keep ever," added Joey King (who plays Elle).
Who will star in The Kissing Booth 3?
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Because the movie was filmed back-to-back with the second instalment, all the main cast are set to return for the third film, including Joey, Joel, Jacob Elordi, Taylor Zakhar Perez, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Meganne Young and Molly Ringwald.
Is there a trailer?
Not yet but we do have a sneak peek! released a sneak-peek of 27 of the movies set to drop this year, as they prepare to release a movie every week in 2021.
The teaser contains exciting snippets from the slate of films, the film's stars and directors. The Kissing Booth actress Joey King (Elle Evans) said: "I love seeing an incredible story come to an end."
You can check out the short teaser below:
When will The Kissing Booth 3 premiere?
The franchise's star Joey King has revealed that the third film will be out during summer 2021 during her acceptance speech at the People's Choice Awards 2020 where she won Comedy Movie Star.
We can't wait!
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