The year 2022 sees the release of the romantic comedy-drama Look Both Ways. Among the performers who appear in it are Lili Reinhart, Luke Wilson, Andrea Savage, Aisha Dee, Danny Ramirez, David Corenswet, and Nia Long. The movie was made available on Netflix on August 17, 2022.
Natalie’s life splits into two parallel realities based on the results of her pregnancy tests. When her test is negative, she comes to Los Angeles with Cara and they begin advancing their professions. In the alternate universe, she establishes a strong romantic bond with Jake. After attending a friend’s baby shower, she returns home feeling discouraged. When Lucy sees her art, she invites her to visit when she gets back to Los Angeles. In one version of events, South by Southwest presents her short film.
Release Date for Look Both Ways 2
You’ve probably already seen the romantic comedy Look Both Ways, which is now officially available to view on Netflix. The question of whether the story will continue in a Look Both Ways 2 is left open at this time. We’ll see.
As of August 17, Netflix has not officially acknowledged the existence of a Look Both Ways 2. Look Both Ways concludes in a clear-cut manner. It appears to come to an end.
Natalie is invited to take part in a panel discussion at the South by Southwest Film Festival with prominent animators in the alternative history in which she gets pregnant. In the end, Gabe also started dating her. After Natalie’s animated short film was selected for a competition at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Natalie and Jake meet in an other universe. In both instances, Natalie receives a favorable outcome. She succeeds to get the guy, and it seems like her animation business is going off.
There is a chance that Netflix will agree to release a sequel to the film. If both Ways receives favorable reviews and a significant viewership, Netflix might support both of them. It’s still doubtful, though. We are only left with waiting to see.
Is Look Both Ways Similar to Sliding Glass Doors?
A twenty-something lady is given a vital event that splits her life in two and finally puts both of her versions of herself at a crossroads in Wanuri Kahiu’s film “Look Both Ways.” While rejecting melodrama or fantasy in favor of genuine authenticity and comedy, the film integrates the plots of “Sliding Doors” and “For Keeps” into one updated work. Although the viewer can relate to the filmmakers’ message of taking chances and accepting fate, the basic plot elements are not well executed.
Natalie (Lili Reinhartlife) may have the appearance of an animated Disney princess, but her life is anything but a fairytale. The future graduate from college has a five-year success plan. At least, she thought she did. She didn’t factor in the impromptu sex she and her friend Gabe (Danny Ramirez) had after exams, which led to her vomiting up uncontrollably and making her take a pregnancy test at a boisterous graduation party. During the few minutes it takes to get the results, she imagines her life splitting in two, with one version pursuing her meticulously thought-out plan and the other nurturing an accidently conceived child.
In a different reality, Natalie moves to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming an animator with the help of her best friend Cara (Aisha Dee). Jake (David Corenswet) works for the company owned by Natalie’s professional hero, character designer Lucy, when they first meet (Nia Long). Natalie is able to secure a position as her assistant thanks to the encouragement and counsel of her new partner.
In a different scenario, Natalie discovers she is pregnant, tells her shocked parents—Luke Wilson and Andrea Savage—at home, and gives birth to Gabe despite turning down his marriage proposal. She is compelled to put her friendships and drawing aspirations on hold because she is a mother. Both paths have difficulties that result in a predictable outcome.
When was Look Both Ways Established?
Look Both Ways’ story takes place in and around the suburbs of Austin and Los Angeles. This love film, which was made in keeping with the times, will appeal to everyone.