- “The Kissing Booth 2” came out in July 2020 and a third movie is now out.
- Elle and Noah got back together by the end of the film, and so did Lee and Rachel.
- Warning: This slideshow contains major spoilers for “The Kissing Booth 2.”
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After the Thanksgiving dinner breaks out into arguments between the teenagers, Mrs. Flynn offers Elle some advice, just like she did in the previous movie.
They were all excited when Elle and Lee proposed redoing the kissing booth and can be spotted in the audience during Ollie’s kiss.
In the sequel, he sees Elle and Marco become friends and smiles at them.
He also speaks with Elle about the difficulty of paying for college and is last shown on-screen observing the Thanksgiving fight.
During a conversation the two have on the beach, Ollie confesses that he likes another classmate, Miles (Evan Hengs).
Though originally afraid of what others would think, Ollie lets Miles know how he feels, and the two share their first kiss in front of the school’s kissing booth.
After the Thanksgiving confrontation, Chloe talks to and assures Elle about her relationship with Noah.
Chloe is last seen giving Elle a hug and wishing her luck.
After learning that Marco is the MVP player who beat her and Lee’s high score on their dance machine, Elle teams up with him for a contest.
The two kiss in front of Noah, and Marco tells Elle afterward that he feels a connection with her, but she still chooses Noah.
After being excluded and stood up for a date, Rachel asks Lee to talk to Elle about giving them space.
When that isn’t granted, Rachel ends her friendship with Elle before breaking up with Lee.
Rachel and Lee are tricked into kissing at the booth and get back together after he promises to start putting her first.
With Elle understanding their relationship better and being willing to give them time alone, Lee and Rachel get back together.
Lee is last shown driving to his family’s beach house with Rachel in his car.
He and Elle attempt to maintain their relationship, which ends after Elle, who thought Noah had been with Chloe, kisses Marco.
But Noah and Elle get back together by the end of the movie before riding off toward the beach house together.
However, she has yet to tell anyone that she was accepted to both Harvard — where Noah attends school — and Berkeley — where Lee is going.
She hasn’t made her decision by the end of the movie, which shows her on the way to the beach house with everyone.