Get ready for another rom-com treat as Netflix unveils a first look at the first sequel to To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. The teen movie tells the story of a high school student and her love letters which go astray.
The movie became an instant hit, building something of a cult following. Netflix already announced there are TWO sequels on the way, meaning we’ll get a lot more of Lana Condor as the loved-up Lara Jean.
The trailer has officially just dropped, and it looks like fans are set to be in for a treat.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You shared a first look at what’s to come and it looks like there’s more love and loss just over the horizon. We can’t bear it, but it looks like Noah Centineo’s Peter will have some serious competition.
“There’s going to be a major new love interest,” she Condor when speaking to ELLE.com at the BAFTA tea party in Los Angeles.
“The first one was with Josh and Peter, but in the second movie it’s going to be a major new character that’s going to challenge Peter quite a bit and fight over me, which is not a bad thing.”
Jordan Fisher joins the party as John, and you know what they say, three’s a crowd. The first images come courtesy of EW and hone in on the awkward love triangle that teases Lara and Peter are destined for splitsville. I’m calling it now, I think they’ll be just fine.
Condor added that she was worried about the fan reaction would be after everyone fell in love with her and Peter.
“I actually have that fear,” she said. “I’m scared.”
“My brother, he’s in college,” Condor said, “and when the movie came out, all of a sudden the whole girls’ swim team wanted to be friends with him because they want to ask questions about what it was like to kiss Noah. So he’ll FaceTime me like, ‘I’m with all these people. They have questions.’”
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is landing on February 12, meaning it’ll be the perfect Valentine’s Day viewing whether you’re in a relationship or not. With a third movie also set to follow, don’t expect the story to be wrapped in a neat bow when the credits roll.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was a huge hit when it premiered last year and debuted to rave reviews. Fans can’t wait to see where the tale goes next as Lara faces the ghosts of her past. Just when you thought the Christmas Prince trilogy was the best thing to come to the streaming service.
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