The Kissing Booth 3 is coming and will be released in 2021
26 July 2020, 21:34 | Updated: 26 July 2020, 21:36
When does The Kissing Booth 3 come out? Good news – it's already been filmed and it's dropping on Netflix in 2021.
The Kissing Booth 2 may have only just come out on Netflix but fans are already dying to see a third instalment of the hit film franchise. The Kissing Booth 2 takes off where the first movie left-off. Elle and Noah are madly in love but Noah has to jet off to Harvard and their relationship is put to the test. Two new characters called Marco and Chloe also complicate things.
Naturally, viewers want to know what happens next and now Netflix have revealed that a third movie is coming out in 2021.
When does The Kissing Booth 3 come out?
Today (Jul 26), all of the main cast except for Jacob Elordi (Noah) gathered together on YouTube to announce the news. In a hilarious anagram skit, Joey King (Elle), Joel Courtney (Lee), Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Chloe), Taylor Zakhar Perez (Marco) and Meganne Young (Rachel) let fans know that The Kissing Booth 3 is officially on its way.
Joey then stated: "The Kissing Booth 3 will be released in 2021" and Joel added: "We actually are done filming already. We filmed 2 and 3 at the exact same time."
In other words, we will be getting to see more of our favourite characters in a few months' time. Jacob Elordi will also be back with the rest of the main cast.
If that weren't exciting enough, Netflix also shared an exclusive sneak peek of The Kissing Booth 3 ahead of its release next year.
Before the news was confirmed, Joey King spoke about how much she wanted a third film in an interview on The Today Show: “Well, me and the cast have been talking and we want that so bad and we’re kind of relying on the fans to help us out. They loved the first one so much and they’re the reason that we got a sequel."
She added: "So if they love this one and they make it known to the world and to Netflix, our fingers are crossed that Netflix will give us a third movie because that’s what we want really badly.”