Dear David Release Date: What Can We Expect From This?

Dear David, a coming-of-age story directed by Indonesian filmmaker Lucky Kuswandi, has a new trailer and release date, both of which can be seen below.

Laras, a straight-A student who keeps a secret romantic fantasy blog about herself and her classmate David, is introduced in the trailer for Dear David, which will debut on Netflix on February 9. Laras logs out of her blog on a school computer but forgets to shut the window, allowing a classmate to stumble into her journal and spark a school-wide manhunt for the author.

The trailer concludes with a preview of Lara’s preparing to address her school, suggesting that she is torn between her public persona as an exemplary student and her private dream self.

Dear David Release Date: When It Will Be Air?

The streaming service will debut the film on February 9.

Dear David is a Netflix Original film starring Shenina Cinnamon, Emir Mahira, and Caitlin North Lewis. This is Cinnamon’s first part since the romantic teen drama Cross The Line, which she appeared in last year.

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In other Netflix news, the streaming service has recently revealed 30 Korean movies coming in 2023. These titles include new seasons of former bestsellers like Sweet Home (2020), D.P. (2020), and The Glory (2018–2019), as well as highly anticipated new dramas like Gyeongseong Creature and Black Knight.

Dear David Plotline: What Can We Expect From This?

Dear David began as the Twitter story of Adam Ellis, a former employee of BuzzFeed, who was visited by the ghost of a young kid named David. Movie Insider claims a similar basis for their film.

Due to the lack of a trailer or official website for Dear David, it is currently uncertain to what degree the story has been altered. It appears the film’s plot will be similar to the original, however, it will not star Ellis himself. Though Ellis didn’t have time to finish the story before BuzzFeed bought the rights, the full discussion is still available on Twitter for those interested in further detail.

In this and several other threads leading up to December 2017, Ellis describes in detail his encounters with the ghost that has been plaguing him. Until David starts making his presence known at all hours of the day, the ghost only appears to him at night in dreams or during bouts of sleep paralysis.

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Ellis’s cats start acting weird, so he puts out audio recorders to catch the night’s bizarre noises. Ellis begins to experience physical manifestations of the events depicted in his nightmares, such as bruises on his body and photographs documenting paranormal anomalies in his flat.

We can’t wait to see how they handle adapting all of Dear David’s material into a movie.

Dear David Cast Members: Who Are In It?

Dear David boasts a star-studded cast and crew, including several established performers and filmmakers. Actor Justin Long, known for his appearances in Galaxy Quest and Jeepers Creepers, will portray the primary role of Bryce. The part of Evelyn will also be played by Andrea Bang (Kim’s Convenience, Luce).

Augustus Prew (Kick-Ass 2, About a Boy) has been cast as Adam Ellis in the film adaptation, and the casting of a known actor in this role has piqued our interest in seeing how the actor interprets Ellis’s character. There is no actor listed for the role of David, however, Jarrett Siddall has been cast as the grown-up version of the specter kid.

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John McPhail, director of Anna and the Apocalypse and Where Do We Go from Here, is helming the upcoming feature, Dear David. The script adaption is written by Mike Van Waes (2024’s upcoming Lilo & Stitch live-action remake) and Evan Turner, who produced the Journey to the Center of the Earth movies.

Filmmaker Stephen Chandler Whitehead (The Incredible Hulk) will oversee camerawork, and David Arthur will handle editing (God Help the Girl, Winners). Deadline reports that numerous producers, including Nayson Alae-Carew (Anna and the Apocalypse), Jason Moring (The Doorman), Richard Alan Reid (Book of Love), and Charlotte Walsh (My Fake Boyfriend), are on board for Dear David (Our Girl, Book of Love).

Dear David, based on Adam Ellis’s Twitter thread, looks like it will be a terrific adaption thanks to the outstanding actors and crew working on it.


The plot of Dear David centers on a high school student whose secret blog about her secret romance ends up being leaked to the entire student body. for more details visit our website

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