Purple Hearts 2: Will there be a sequel?

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Do you believe that no matter what, there is always a happily ever after, and no matter how rocky or full of difficulties a way seems, it always ends up in a smooth journey? If yes, then Purple Hearts is the movie for you. Based on Tess Wakefield’s 2017 novel of the same name, Purple Hearts is a a romance movie written by Liz W. Garcia and Kyle Jarrow, directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum, and produced by Elyssa Dutton. Purple Hearts was released on Netflix on July 29, 2022, and was available on the streaming service at 12:00 AM PT/3:00 AM ET/12:30 PM IST.

Purple Hearts | Official Trailer | Netflix

As the synopsis reads, “An aspiring musician agrees to a marriage of convenience with a soon-to-deploy Marine, but a tragedy soon turns their fake relationship all too real,” the movie revolves around a struggling singer, Cassie Salazar, who works nights at a bar in Austin to make ends meet while pursuing her dream of becoming a singer/songwriter. And Luke, a troubled Marine who couldn’t be more different, agrees to marry solely for military benefits. But due to an unexpected tragedy, Luke is sent home earlier than expected, and slowly the fake marriage starts to turn into a real one. Does it not sound like happily ever after now? Yes, right?

If you have watched Purple Hearts and are already a die-hard fan of the movie and you are wondering if there would be a Purple Hearts 2, then we have all of the answers for your curiosities. Here is all you need to know about the renewal, release date, and more

Will there be a Purple Hearts 2?

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Unfortunately, no news related to a sequel of this beloved movie has been given by the makers or Netflix officially yet. Also, the movie wrapped up pretty neatly with no cliffhangers at all.

*Spoilers Ahead*

In the end, Cassie and Luke happily end up together, so there are very few chances that there will be any sequel to the movie. But Netflix and makers never fail to surprise their audience, so let’s see how they will decide to surprise their audience.

Purple Hearts 2 Release Date

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Purple Hearts was released on Netflix on July 29, 2022, and was available on the streaming service at 12:00 AM PT/3:00 AM ET/12:30 PM IST. But nothing has been said related to the sequel of the movie that is Purple Hearts 2. So, right now, there is no information related to the release date of Purple Hearts 2, and nothing can be said in the absence of an official announcement.

What can be expected from Purple Hearts 2?

The story ended with no cliffhangers. But a lot can be expected from Purple Hearts 2. We can expect to see Cassie and Luke’s life after marriage. Will they have kids and face problems, or we will see Luke supporting Cassie in her journey as a singer as her career is taking off? As in Purple Hearts, we saw that Luke was kicked out of the U.S Marine Corps after being charged with fraud and is having difficulties finding a new job. This can create difficulties in this relationship. And lots more.

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Purple Hearts 2 Cast

Nothing has been revealed about the sequel of the movie. However, after watching the movie, characters that can be expected to reprise their roles in Purple Hearts 2 are:

  • Sofia Carson as Casandra Salazar
  • Nicholas Galitzine as Luke Marrow
  • Kat Cunning as Katrina Cunningham
  • Breana RaqueL as Riley
  • Chosen Jacobs as Frankie
  • Nicholas Duvernay as Armando
  • Kaitlin Huwe as Kyl
  • Kendall Chappell as Mila
  • Josh Cruze as Music Busker
  • Asante Jones as Col Yarvis
  • A.J. Tannen as  Dr. Greyson
  • Leroy Edwards III as Military Judge
  • Debbie Fan as Judge
  • Cat Kaylin as Rose
  • Jordan Drake as Funeral Attendee
  • Loren Escandon as Marisol Salazar
  • Reeko Brooks as Military Stenographer
  • Rand Guerrero as Defense Attorney
  • Frank Lui Geo as Music Hipster
  • Lucas Paz as Labib (Iraqi)
  • Jeremiah Ripley as A&R Rep
  • Michael C. Bradford as Stage Manager

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Where to watch Purple Hearts?

Purple Hearts can be watched on Netflix.