Upcoming Netflix Film ‘Tall Girl 2’: All We Know So far

The romantic comedy movie Tall Girl is coming back on Netflix. The first film of Tall Girl was getting a big hit for Netflix and has given a shallow budget and even went up to 41 million views on the platform within the first four weeks. There is no doubt that Tall Girl was a big hit when it came to the critics.

- Advertisement - v2-762x150

Cast: The film is featuring Ava Michelle, Griffin Gluck, Sabrina Carpenter, and Paris Berelc and will be a standard romantic comedy film with a lot of twists in the main character, the story of a girl named Jodi who is very tall and very self-conscious.

In October 2019, after the initial film release, Ava Michele had said to EliteDaily and said that there were several talks for the sequel. She has said that she is very excited to see Jodi’s senior year hopefully and to watch what is happening there, but she really doesn’t know. She said that there is talk, but she doesn’t know they will see.

After that, there was no talk heard from them as a terrible pandemic situation aroused at the entire world, which halted any development. In December 2020, when a scoop has got from the DisussingFilm. They depict that Sam Wolfson would be expected to return to write the screenplay of the sequel.

- Advertisement -720x200

From ProductionWeekly issue 1236, it has confirmed that this movie’s filming is recently due to getting underway in mid-April 2021 and wrapped up in late May 2021. It indicates that 2021 is all taken for this film, but sometime in 2022, it will get released.

It is expected from the sequel that after getting popularity Jodi Kreyman gains her miscommunications that start causing rifts with those around her, and now she originally needs to stand tall.

The shooting of this film will be held in New Orleans as the first film with McG, Mary Viola, Steven Bello, and Corey Marsh are continuing in producers’ executive roles. It is listed that only Ava Michelle is recently returning, but more with familiar looks from the original will almost certainly return with a scattering of the latest ones.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related Articles

Stay Connected


Hot Topics


Latest Articles