The kissing booth 3, ending explained by Joey King: he talked about its ambiguity

The kissing booth 3, ending explained by Joey King: he talked about its ambiguity

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The kissing booth 3, ending explained by Joey King: he talked about its ambiguity

The romantic saga The Kissing Booth, starring Joey King and Jacob Elordi, has come to an end on Netflix. Now, fans already know what happened between Elle and Noah and what was the fate of their relationship.

If you are one of those who have already seen the film, you will know that its final scene has a very particular message, which involves the two protagonists. In social networks, viewers have been divided by the purpose that the producers gave to The kissing booth.

On this subject, Joey King (Elle) spoke, who said that it was important for her that the last installment of the saga leaves the perfect story for her character. “Finding the right way for this goodbye and figuring out what was best for last was probably the most difficult area I was involved in,” she explained to Variety.

About the final scene, The actress indicated that they wanted to get away from the predictable and what fans expected. In fact, the last shot of The Kissing Booth 3 departs from what we can call a “fairy tale”.

“I think it was good that Elle put herself first and made the decisions that were best for her life, which for anyone is really hard to do. He followed his instinct “shared Joey King.

Regarding the ambiguous ending with which the film ends, the actress pointed out that they wanted the viewer to interpret the closure in their own way and be the ones to decide the future of the protagonists. “The latest Elle and Noah painting is for fans to freely guess and think about their fate. Will they be a couple again? Maybe”he commented.

After finishing The Kissing Booth saga, King is ready to premiere Bullet Train, in which he will share with Brad Pitt, Aaron-Taylor Johnson, Zazie Beetz, Lady Gaga, Sandra Bullock and more. Production ended in March of this year and is expected to hit theaters in April 2022.