Netflix 'Upcoming Summer': Release date, spoilers and all about teen drama movie

'Upcoming Summer' tells us the story of a girl who fails to enter college and a carefree young man


                            Netflix 'Upcoming Summer': Release date, spoilers and all about teen drama movie
'Upcoming Summer' follows the story of Chen Chen and Zheng Yu Xing, two very different people who unexpectedly cross paths, leading to the friendship of a lifetime (Netflix)

Netflix is coming out with a brand-new youth drama and our hearts are already warm seeing the friendship! 'Upcoming Summer' is the latest addition to Netflix's teen movies that is expected to be quite refreshing.

'Upcoming Summer' follows the story of Chen Chen and Zheng Yu Xing, two very different people who unexpectedly cross paths, leading to the friendship of a lifetime. We follow the two students as they face life together, overcoming challenges and experiences on their journey of growing up. Time and circumstances test them leading to a bond stronger than before.

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Release date

'Upcoming Summer' is set to release on October 3, 2021.

How to watch

'Upcoming Summer' will be streaming on Netflix.

Plot

'Upcoming Summer' tells us the story of a girl who fails to enter college and a carefree young man. Chen Chen failed the National College Entrance Examination while Zheng Yu Xing had to return to school because he missed the exams. The two end up meeting due to a lie crafted by Chen Chen to get their teachers and parents off their backs.  Having met in their youth, the two friends always have each other to rely on as we see them take on the world and grow up all the while deepening their friendship.



 

Spoilers

When a white lie leads to unexpected results, Chen Chen and Zheng Yuxing forge a deep friendship and must face the harsh realities of growing up. A teen drama, we see the realities faced by the youth today as they struggle to take on new challenges the world throws at them.

Cast

Zhang Zifeng

Zhang Zifeng, who is also known as Wendy Zhang, is a Chinese actress currently attending Beijing Film Academy. She is widely considered one of the best young actors in China today. In 2012 she won the Best Newcomer award at the 31st Hundred Flowers Awards, which made her the youngest ever Hundred Flowers Award winner. In 2017, she won Best Supporting Actress at the 22nd Huading Awards, also becoming its youngest ever recipient. In 2018, she received her first nomination as Best Supporting Actress at the 55th Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards. Zhang is regarded as one of the "New Four Dan actresses of the post-95s Generation" along with Wen Qi, Zhang Xueying, and Guan Xiaotong. She was ranked 98th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 list in 2019, and 81st in 2020.

 

Zhang Zifeng (Instagram)

Leo Wu

Leo Wu Lei is a Chinese actor. He is adoringly known as the "China's Little Brother" in China. He made his foray into the entertainment world when he appeared in the commercial of Chinese dietary supplement brand Huang Jin Da Dang and featured in more than 50 commercials in the next two years. He then made his acting debut in the Chinese television drama, 'The Legend and the Hero' in 2007 where he portrayed Nezha. Later in 2014 Wu featured in the wuxia drama 'Romance of the Condor Heroes' and received acclaim for his portrayal of young Yang Guo. In 2018, Wu starred in the fantasy epic Asura which was coined as China's most expensive production with a budget of $110 million. Forbes China listed Wu under their 30 Under 30 Asia 2017 list which consisted of 30 influential people under 30 years old who have had a substantial effect in their fields.

Leo Wu (Instagram)

Hao Lei

Hao Lei is a Chinese actress and singer. In 2003, Hao Lei starred in Liao Yimei's play Rhinoceros in Love in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and Seoul. In 2006, Hao starred in Lou Ye's film 'Summer Palace'. Although the film was well-received abroad, it was banned in China, due to its depiction of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 and nudity. Her acting credits include 'Hello My Dog', 'One Night Only', 'The Starter Wife', 'Dad I Was Pregnant with Your Child' amongst others. She most recently is set to appear in 'Upcoming Summer'.

Hao Lei attends the "De Rouille et D'os" Premiere during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 17, 2012 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Creators

'Upcoming Summer' is written by Shen Yang and directed by Leste Chen.

Trailer



 

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