Photos: “The Kissing Booth 2” Promotional Photos

Photos: “The Kissing Booth 2” Promotional Photos

Happy The Kissing Booth 2 Release Day!

I have added some more promotional photos and stills from the film into the gallery!

ET Online Interview with The Cast of “The Kissing Booth 2”

“2 Hearts” Cast & Crew Soundbites

Freestyle’s Romantic Drama ‘2 Hearts’ Heads To October

Freestyle’s Romantic Drama ‘2 Hearts’ Heads To October

Freestyle Releasing’s 2 Hearts is moving to Oct. 16, in hope that the COVID-19 cases will have quelled by then. The Lance Hool-directed romantic drama will now go wide against Universal/MGM’s Candyman on its new date, and Searchlight’s limited release of Wes Anderson’s The French Disptach.

Previous, June 16: Freestyle Releasing has picked up the romantic drama 2 Hearts with an eye on a Sept. 11 release.

The pic follows two couples who were never destined to meet but are thrown together by destiny and fate. 2 Hearts is based on the true stories of Leslie and Jorge Bacardi, of the famous Bacardi Rum family company, and Christopher Gregory, whose struggles and triumphs led to greater acts of kindness and giving than any of them knew were possible.

Jacob Elordi (Euphoria, The Kissing Booth), Tiera Skovbye (Riverdale), Adan Canto (Designated Survivor, Narcos), and Radha Mitchell (Man on Fire) star in the Lance Hool directed and produced feature.

“We believe 2 Hearts is the kind of heartwarming and uplifting love story that audiences need right now and will want to experience,” said Freestyle’s Head of Acquisitions Chris Charalambous. “Director Lance Hool and his team have created a beautiful, memorable movie about romance and the pure power of connection based on real events that is not only heartfelt, but the perfect film for this moment. For all of us who are fans of love stories, 2 Hearts is cast with rising stars in unforgettable roles.”

Hool, said, “2 Hearts is the movie medicine we all need right now. When my brother and I met the real Jorge and Leslie and heard their amazing story, I was awestruck. Their love and their journey touched me deeply and I had to share this story because this is fundamentally about connection, love and destiny.”

Veronica Hool (Captive, The Resident) and Robin U. Russin (On Deadly Ground) wrote the movie. 2 Hearts is produced by Conrad Hool (The Air Up There, Flipper) and Lance Hool.

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Jacob Elordi is GQ Australia’s July/August 2020 Cover Star

Jacob Elordi is GQ Australia’s July/August 2020 Cover Star

The July/August issue of GQ Australia will be on newsstands and digitally on Monday, July 20th!

A CREATIVE COLLABORATION WITH THE BURGEONING EUPHORIA STAR, SHOT BY ELORDI AND THOSE AROUND HIM DURING THE CRUX OF AUSTRALIA’S COVID CRISIS.
It’s been a chaotic time. But for many people, the past few months have also proved unusually productive. Maybe it’s puzzles, origami, or watching The Wire from start to finish. Or perhaps you’ve joined the ranks of the many born-again bread makers, regaling people with endless tales of your beloved sourdough starter, as if it were your own precious newborn child. The bad news is no one wants to hear about your sourdough starter. But the good news – if there’s any silver lining to what has felt like an endless series of global catastrophes – is that 2020 has fostered a new era of creativity.

After months locked indoors, the country is finally emerging, blinking, into the daylight. But this has been a time like no other, and the lockdown has forced many of us to reevaluate the things that really matter – how we work and communicate, the way we spend our time. The old rules of how we do things have gone out the window, and maybe that’s a good thing. There’s no such thing as a ‘new normal’.

It’s something Sam Neill knows all about. For all his many accomplishments as an actor, Neill has used his downtime to get creative, shaping a second career as somewhat of an unlikely social media star. But he’s not your average influencer, posting images of his extravagant brunches or luxuriating on a beach somewhere. As he tells us in this issue’s Interview, he has been taking to Instagram and Twitter with a much simpler purpose: to cheer people up. You’d have to say he’s been successful, since it’s hard to look at the videos of him strumming his ukulele or recounting tales of his garden gnome, Sir Gerald, and not crack a smile. At a time when social media is so often full of cynicism and sniping, cheerfulness has never felt more valuable.

Another figure who’s been making the most of his free time is our cover star, Jacob Elordi. The Aussie actor got his first proper camera while he was at university and since then has been taking shots of his everyday life, charting his move to LA, landing his big break in HBO series Euphoria. Right now, he’s supposed to be filming the second season of the hit show, but with his regular plans thrown into disarray, instead he’s in Brisbane at his parents’ home, where his dreams of being an actor first began.

He worked on a photographic portfolio, along with his sister, Isabella Elordi, and his friend and fellow actor Alex Fitzalan. The resulting cover story feels loose and creative and free, in a way that truly captures this remarkable moment.

It’s impossible to know what lies ahead – even by the time this issue comes out. You’d have to hope there can’t be too many more crises, but given how 2020 has panned out, it’s probably a bet few people would be willing to take. And so rather than anticipate where things are heading, what we’ve tried to do with this issue is reflect how things feel right now, at this unique moment in history. It is a celebration of creativity in a time of crisis.

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