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Joey King is engaged!
March 1st, 2022 under Joey King. [ Comments: none ]

Joey King might not have the happily ever after in her romantic movies like The Kissing Booth and The In Between. But in real life, things are going much better for her love life.

The actress announced today that she is engaged to Steven Piet. “I never knew happiness could be so powerful that it can take the air from your lungs, overwhelming every part of you that you can’t help but feel your eyes well from the undeniable joy. I never knew that a persons presence and heart could feel like a real home. I never knew love could be so unquestionably beautiful. I never knew until you,” she wrote. “The date was 2/2/22 when you asked me to marry you and made me the luckiest lady alive. I love you more than an Instagram caption could ever do justice. Hanging out with you forever sounds like a real dream, so let’s do it.”

The couple met when he produced and directed the series The Act, in which she starred. They started dating shortly after that.


The In Between is a love story like no other one we’ve seen before
February 11th, 2022 under Joey King, Paramount+. [ Comments: none ]

The In-Between is not your typical love story, but it is one that will leave a lasting impression on your heart. If you are looking for a romance movie to watch, then you are going to want to stream it on Paramount+ today, and any time you need a reminder that love never dies,

Tessa (Joey King) is a high school student who has lived more life than people twice her age. She never knew her father, and her mother is no longer in the picture. Because of that, she likes to take photos with a camera that uses film as compared to digital.

She has just moved in with a man, who used to date her mom, and his new wife. She is starting to know what love is, but it is going to take some time because she never really knew it.

One day she goes to the town theater, and they are showing a movie in French. However, there are no subtitles. So the only other person in the theater, a teenage boy, will whisper the translation into her ear. How romantic?

When the lights come up, the boy introduces himself as Skylar (Kyle Allen). The two promise to meet again at the theater. Sadly, they didn’t exchange information, and it looks like their one meeting will be just that.

That is until someone asks her to photograph the crew team competing against another school. When she zooms in and looks at the other team, she sees Skylar. This time the two exchange information, and so begins their love affair.

Slowly, Tessa is letting him into her heart. She is learning what love is, and things are going great for them.

Then one-night fate happens, and their love story changes. They meet up, and suddenly a car appears out of nowhere, and it hits them both. Tessa survives, but Sklar doesn’t.

Even though he is dead, he is still with her. He is trying to reach out to her from the beyond, and no one believes her when she tells them that.

Tessa meets a woman that explains that he is in the In Between. It is like a waiting room, and he will only be there for a limited time. As long as he is there, he can try to reach out to her. But she has to find a way to let him know she hears him. Will she be able to do it before it is too late? Can they have the perfect goodbye that was taken from them that fateful night?

The In Between doesn’t feel like a love story between two high school students. It feels like one that everyone of any age can appreciate. We all have that great love that we think even death cannot separate us. This proves to us it doesn’t.

We might say until death we do part in our wedding vows, but none of us want that. We want our love to go on for an eternity. This gives us hope that it does,

Granted, I might be so invested in that concept because I honestly believed that King and Allen were soulmates. You get so invested in their character’s love for each other that you don’t want it or the movie to end. However, you will be satisfied with the ending.

If you are sick of the same old love story, then this is the film for you. It is a mix of romance, drama, horror, and hope. Love never dies, and neither will your love for The In Between.


Joey King brushing her teeth
January 31st, 2022 under Brushing their teeth, Joey King. [ Comments: none ]

The Kissing Booth franchise might be over with for the time being. However, that doesn’t mean that Joey King doesn’t want her mouth to still be kissable. So here she is brushing her teeth.

Celebrities are just like us.


The trailer for The In Between will take your breath away
January 12th, 2022 under Joey King, Paramount+. [ Comments: none ]

Joey King is starring in a new romance movie that is coming out around Valentine’s Day. Tessa (King) is playing a foster teen who falls in love with a senior (Kyle Allen) from a different high school, only to have him taken away from her. Their love is so great that not even death can separate them. Will she get to say goodbye to him, or did their love affair end on that fateful night?

We will find out when The In Between begins streaming on February 11th on Paramount+. So, get the tissues ready because we are going to need them.


The Kissing Booth gets its perfect ending with the final movie
August 12th, 2021 under Jacob Elordi, Joey King, Mila Kunis, Netflix. [ Comments: none ]

The Kissing Booth kisses and tells its last story on Netflix starting today. In the third and final chapter Elle (Joey King) has to decide whether to go to the same college as her best friend Lee (Jacob Elordi) or her boyfriend and his brother, Noah (Joel Courtney).

When the second movie ended, she found out that she got into both Harvard and Berkley. Now, she has to make a choice that will hurt one brother, and she is going to avoid telling them that she has to. She and Lee have been saying they would go to Berkley ever since they could talk. However, now that she is doing more than talking with Noah, she also wants to go to Boston. She can’t do both, so which one will she choose?

A decision that becomes harder when she has to spend the whole summer with both brothers at their beach house. Their mom (Molly Ringwald) has decided to put the house on the market, and the three of them are going to prepare it for the sale.

While cleaning out the house, Lee and Elle find their Beach Bucket List from when they were kids. They decide to check off all of the items before they go away to college. The more items they finish, the more tension it causes in all of their relationships. To make matters worse for Elle, Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez) is also spending the summer by the house. This makes Noah jealous. Does he have a right to be?

Not only is Elle dealing with all of this drama, but her dad (Stephen Jennings) also started dating again. To put it mildly, she doesn’t like it.

All of this will lead to Elle reaching a breaking point and making a decision that is best for her. But, what does that mean for all of the men in her life?

By the end of this movie, we will all be left satisfied. But what about Elle, Lee, Noah, and Marco? I can’t tell you, what fun would that be. However, I will tell you, it didn’t end like I thought I would, but I really enjoyed how they wrapped up the franchise. I just wish we could get a The Kissing Booth 4, 5, 6, and so on.

Whether you have seen the first two movies or not, you can spend the day binging all three together. What else is there to do between the heat and COVID-19’s Delta variant? At least these films give us hope and remind us what kissing is. Remember that?


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