We’re counting down the days Look both ways is landing on Netflix and we’re close to the movie’s release date! Riverdale‘s Lili Reinhart makes her Netflix debut and we’re so excited to see her take on a character we’ve never seen in her before.
Look both ways is a romantic comedy directed by Wanuri Kahiu from a screenplay co-written by April Prosser and Whit Anderson. It was produced by Screen Arcade and CatchLight Studios. In addition to Reinhart, the rest of the main cast includes Luke Wilson, Andrea Savage, Aisha Dee, Danny Ramirez, David Corenswet and Nia Long.
We can almost guarantee that everyone will be talking about it Look both ways when it comes out on August 17th. So make sure you’ve marked your calendar and cleared your schedule because you won’t want to miss this release!
So what is the Lili Reinhart film about? We’ve shared the official synopsis and more below.
Look both ways summary
Here is the summary about the Netflix Media Center below:
On the eve of her college graduation, Natalies [Lili Reinhart] Life diverges into parallel realities: one where she gets pregnant and stays in her hometown, and another where she doesn’t get pregnant and moves to Los Angeles. On both trips, Natalie experiences life-changing love, pursues her dream career as an artist, and rediscovers herself.
The romantic comedy is rated TV-14 which means it may not be suitable for children under 14 years of age. This rating was given for some characters’ strong language, drug use, and suggestive dialogue. After watching the trailer, we realized that there will also be drinking, kissing scenes, and sexual content. Overall, parents are strongly cautioned.
Watch the exciting official trailer for a sneak peek of what to expect in the film!
You can see Lili Reinhart as Natalie, a young woman living two parallel lives on the eve of graduating from college Look both ways Coming to Netflix on August 17th!
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