The Christmas Chronicles 2 release date is confirmed. So, here’s when you can watch the anticipated Netflix sequel. It’ll be here soon!
For those who can’t get enough of Christmas, the countdown has probably already begun.
Undoubtedly, 2020 has been an absolute shocker for so many reasons and many will have essentially written off December’s seasonal celebrations already. However, most will still be keen to try and salvage this year’s Christmas.
Sure, the options to help do just that are rather limited, but one thing is sure to help….
Christmas films, of course!
From Home Alone to Krampus, there are so many to choose from to get you in the mood this year.
A more recent addition, however, is 2018’s The Christmas Chronicles on Netflix.
Directed by Clay Kaytis and starring Kurt Russell, it earned praise on release and was cemented as a fresh favourite for many last year upon rewatch.
Now, a sequel is on the way.
The Christmas Chronicles 2 release date confirmed
- The Christmas Chronicles 2 will be released on Netflix on Wednesday, November 25th 2020.
This release date was confirmed in the recently unveiled trailer for the film, which you can check out below if you haven’t already.
It’s perhaps not too surprising, as the first film was released around the same time back in 2018, on November 22nd.
Fortunately, this means that audiences can check out the first film beforehand, whether for the first time or a rewatch.
Considering it may be a little harder this year to get into the festive spirit, a family-friendly Christmas movie is sure to be a delight.
Fans react to the trailer
Since the trailer dropped, a number of fans of the first have flocked to Twitter to express their excitement and thoughts.
Check out a selection of tweets:
Julian Dennison joins the cast
The likes of Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn are reprising their roles but it’s the new casting which has encouraged cheer.
Julian Dennison is starring in the role of Belsnickel!
You may recognise the 17-year-old New Zealand actor from such films as Deadpool 2 (Firefist), Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Ricky) and Paper Planes (Kevin)
The young actor has established quite the fan base across his career so far and is sure to impress here once again.
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