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Palm Springs: Is A Sequel Happening? Here’s What We Know

Palm Springs is an American comedy romantic movie which was released on January 26, 2024. The film is produced by Max Barbacoa. The script of the movie is written by Andy Sierra. The movie has got enough viewers so that the creators can look for a new part of the movie. Even the fans have started discussing whether they will get a sequel of Palm Springs or not. If you are one of them who is looking for the future of the Palm Springs, then here are some updates for you.

Palm Springs 2 Expected Release Date

Unfortunately, the creators of the movie have not announced anything about the future of Palm Springs. It was released on January 26, 2024. Later Hulu acquired the distribution rights of this movie, which was then premiered on the network on July 10, 2024. The creators have not given any green signal to the sequel of Palm Springs. Because as of now, no announcement has been made officially about the sequel.

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Even if the creators think about the future of this movie, then viewers have to wait a lot for a longer period due to the pandemic coronavirus. If the creators look to make a sequel, then it may come out somewhere in 2024.

Palm Springs 2 Cast

If the creators decided to look for the future of Palm Springs, then the cast of the first part is expected to return in the sequel. So the cast of the Palm Springs 2 will include Andy Samberg as Nyles, Cristin Milioti as Sarah, J.K Simmons as Roy, Meredith Hagner as Misty, Camila Mendes as Tala, Tyler Hoechlin as Abe, and June Squibb as Nana Schlieffen. There are more chances of new cast members to be added in the cast sequel which will be dependent on the story of the sequel of the Palm Springs.

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Kane Dane

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