’13 Reasons Why’ premiered all episodes of its final season earlier this month. Now that the show has ended, its lead cast members are off to making it big in movies.
13 Reasons Why gave us one heartbreak of a finale. But what was more disillusioning than the finale itself was that it would be a long wait before we can catch the show’s gorgeous cast back in action. Particularly with the COVID-19 outbreak curbing all activity and staggering the economy, the wait may even be longer.
13 Reasons Why Cast Sets Off For The Big Screen
Some of the 13 Reasons Why cast members, including Dylan Minnette, Alisha Boe, and Miles Heizer have opted for a break after an emotionally exhaustive filming experience. Others; however, have already landed new projects, and they are all set to shine on the big screen.
The following list will take you through all the 13 Reasons Why cast members and their upcoming movie projects.
Brandon Flynn Makes Feature Debut After 13 Reasons Why Ends
Brandon Flynn’s Justin Foley was undisputedly the most tragic character on 13 Reasons Why. When the show concluded, it left Flynn fans exasperating. They argued that the melancholic heartthrob deserved better while insisting on Flynn to return to the screen soon.
Fans’ demands did not go unheard, as Brandon Flynn dropped a trailer of his silver-screen outing almost immediately after 13 Reasons Why concluded. Brandon revealed that he was cast as the lead in Kellen Moore’s Looks That Kill, a dark comedy that featured Brandon Flynn as a Max Richards – a teenager with stunningly lethal facial features. Looks That Kill premiered digitally on June 19.
Katherine Langford Will Headline Brian Duffield’s Spontaneous
Katherine Langford is one 13 Reasons Why cast member who has already made her presence known on the big screen. The actress made a prominent Hollywood breakthrough when she featured in the Oscar-nominated flick ‘Knives Out‘. She landed the film after she had wrapped up her act as Hannah Baker in 13 Reasons Why. Knives Out was a huge success at the box office, and it earned Langford a recognition in the industry. In fact, it was the popularity of the movie that gave Katherine Langford her next movie break – the sci-fi fantasy film Spontaneous.
Katherine Langford’s Spontaneous has been long in development. But in recent months, the movie kicked off its production and the shooting commenced. Spontaneous features the 13 Reasons Why cast member as Mara Carlyle; the film also stars Charlie Plummer and Hayley Law in lead roles.
Ross Butler’s To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You Premiered Earlier This Year
After Ross Butler wrapped up 13 Reasons Why‘s final season, he began filming To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. Before the film, Butler had briefly appeared in DC’s Shazam! But it wasn’t until he bagged the To All the Boys sequel that he had a major role in a movie.
In the movie, the 13 Reasons Why cast member appeared alongside returning players, Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. Ross Butler starred as Trevor Pike, a good friend of the lead characters and the romantic interest of Madeleine Arthur’s Christine. To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You was released on February 12, exclusively on Netflix.
Timothy Granaderos To Star In Keep Hope Alive
13 Reasons Why‘s most hated character, Montgomery ‘Monty’ de la Cruz aka Timothy Granaderos launched his TV and film careers simultaneously. Only months before the 13 Reasons Why premiere, Granaderos’ first notable TV movie Twins was released on Lifetime. But after the release of the film, Granaderos mostly concentrated on his TV projects. He also joined Marvel’s Runaways and led a TV series called In The Vault.
But once 13 Reasons Why concluded, the star turned towards movies. Timothy Granaderos bagged his feature-length debut with Laura Murphy’s Keep Hope Alive. The film, which was originally called Weekend at Bernie’s, is the remake of the iconic 1980’s film. The film is currently in its post-production phase and is expected to release early next year.