‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Is Confirmed By Netflix | Film News
After the success of the first movie, Lara Jean will return to Netflix played by actress Lana Condor, alongside on-screen boyfriend Peter, played by Noah Centineo. Matt Kaplan and Dougie Cash will produce the second chapter.
According to The Wrap “News of the sequel was not unexpected given the success of the original and the fact that there are three instalments in Jenny Han’s book series on which To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was based. That first book was followed by P.S. I Still Love You, and then Always and Forever, Laura Jean“.
The first film was a classic teen chick-flick in which protagonist Lara Jean was struggling with her love life / friendships. Her younger sister took things into her own hands by sending out letters Lara wrote to people she fancied at one time or another at her school.
The entire plot revolves around Lara and ‘cool guy’ Peter, who she begins to like as the film progresses. The romantic elements of the story makes the Netflix original so successful, and has fans eager for a second part.
Though unconfirmed, it is likely the film will premiere sometime in 2019.
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