Flakes of love : the trailer for the Christmas movie Netflix
It is already Christmas on Netflix. Finally, almost ! The platform has just unveiled the trailer for Snowflakes of love (Let it Snow in original version), one of its Christmas movies whose release date is fixed on 8 November. Adapted from the novel of the same name, the film brings together an attractive cast of young actors including Kiernan Shipka (The new adventures of Sabrina), Mitchell Hope (Descendants), or Jacob Batalon (Spider-Man : Far From Home). Check out the trailer now !
No aa never enough Christmas movies in our life ! While the best time of the year is fast approaching, Netflix is going to draw many original movies. Vanessa Hudgens will be back in The alchemy of Christmas after the success of The Princess of Chicago, we can discover the result of A Christmas Prince with The Royal Baby and Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis will take us to Africa in A safari for Christmas. Another film in the program ? Flakes of love.
The first trailer of Flakes of love
Waited for the 8 November, Flakes of love will be centered on a group of teenagers. Then a snow storm hits the city where they live, the relationships of each will be subverted and challenged, ” explains Netflix on its website. Before being a film, Let it Snow (its original title) is adapted from a novel composed of three different stories written by Maureen Johnson, John Green (the author of Our stars contrary), and Lauren Myracle. We follow in the film several stories in parallel that have a link with the love life of the characters. The trailer plunges us in any case already in the winter and the joys of adolescence.
A bit like The Last Summer, Flakes of love will be a film choir which brings together many actors whose faces do you are surely not unknown. In casting, we thus find Kiernan Shipka (The New adventures of Sabina), Isabela Moner (the star of Dora and the lost city), Odeya Rush (Dumplin, The Giver), Jacob Batalon (Spider-Man : Far From Home), Shameik Moore (The Get Down), Mitchell Hope (Descendants), Miles Robbins (X-Files), Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet) or even Matthew Noszka (Star).
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