“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” Sequels Announcement

Ever since I saw To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix for the first time, I’ve been periodically checking for the announcement of a sequel, P. S. I Still Love You, and ever since the sequel was announced, I’ve been periodically checking for a release date so I can once again experience the insane cuteness that is Peter and Lara Jean. I’m sure you all can relate.

And finally that day is here!

Lara Condor and Noah Centineo announced on Instagram not only a release date for the second movie, but also that a third movie is already being filmed as we write! This third film, titled Always and Forever, Lara Jean, will presumably be based on the third novel in the series by the same name. For those of us who have read (and loved) all three books in the series, seeing them all come to life on screen is a dream come true, and for those of us who haven’t, we’re equally excited about seeing as much of this perfect couple as possible. 

This sequel will star Lara Condor and Noah Centineo returning to their roles as Lara Jean and Peter respectively, and adding Jordan Fisher to the cast as John Ambrose McClaren, a love interest to rival Peter, which suggests that our favorite couple is bound to have some relationship drama in this upcoming sequel.

P. S. I Still Love You premieres on February 12, 2020, just in time for Valentine’s Day, and be sure to stay tuned for news of the third! I’m sure you all will be anxiously waiting to see how this trilogy ends! I know I will.


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