Grab some popcorn and your best friend because the best sleepover love-story is coming to Netflix next month! Yep, the highly anticipated sequel to To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is set to premiere on Netflix on February 12th.
Fans went crazy in December 2018 when Netflix announced that the popular movie would be getting a sequel. Lana Condor (who plays main-character Lara Jean) and Noah Centineo (Peter Kavinsky) broke the news to fans via Condor’s Instagram. One year later, fans went crazy again when the trailer dropped for To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. The buzz just hasn’t stopped for the sequel that’s due out on February 12th. Sounds like February 12th will definitely be a call-in-sick type of day for hardcore fans of the original film and the books.
Netflix and the creative team are keeping a lot of things under wraps to not spoil it for fans, but that didn’t stop us from compiling a list of everything we know about the sequel.
1. The Original Cast Returns Along With Some New Faces
Yep, Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish (Margot), Anna Cathcart (Kitty), John Corbett (Lara Jean’s dad), Emilija Baranac (Gen), and Madeleine Arthur (Christine) will all reprise their roles in the sequel. We can’t wait to see the chemistry between Lana and Noah or what cute things Noah and Anna Cathcart (Kitty) have come up with for this film.
In addition to our favorites, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You will also add Jordan Fisher to the talented line-up. Fisher (Teen Beach Movie, The Secret Life of an American Teenager) will play John Ambrose McClaren, another recipient of Lara Jean’s love letters. Looks like, Lara Jean will find herself in yet another love triangle. Who will she choose?
Holland Taylor (Legally Blonde, Two and a Half Men) also joins the cast as Stormy, John Ambrose McClaren’s grandmother. Fans of the book will remember that Stormy lives in a retirement home that Lara Jean volunteers at. The two become good friends during Lara Jean’s time as a volunteer. It’s unclear what her role will be in the film but we sure are excited to find out!
Sarayu Blue (I Feel Bad, Blockers) will also make her TATBILB debut playing Trina Rothschild, the Covey’s next-door neighbor.
Rounding out the new faces is Ross Butler (13 Reasons Why, Riverdale) who will play Trevor Pike, Peter’s best friend. What’s even better about Ross joining the cast is that him and Noah are real-life BFFs. Talk about BFF goals!
2. ‘P.S. I Still Love You’ Won’t Be Identical To The Book
Even if you’ve read the book a hundred times, the creative team promises that the P.S. I Still Love You film will have its own uniqueness.
As fans of both are aware, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before film was inspired by Jenny Han’s book of the same name, but also borrowed some of its plot from her sequel book P.S. I Still Love You. It only seems fair to assume that the P.S. I Still Love You film will borrow slightly from Han’s third book in the trilogy, Always and Forever Lara Jean.
It’ll be interesting to see what the writers chose to borrow from the books and what they dreamed up on their own. We’re sure it’ll be amazing either way!
3. Josh Sanderson Won’t Be Making An Appearance
Okay, so we lied, not everyone from the original will be returning. Notably missing from the To All The Boys sequel is Josh Sanderson (played by Israel Broussard).
Josh was a year above Lara Jean in To All The Boys so we’re sure he’s off to college and stiving somewhere else. And don’t worry, Josh and Lara Jean are still friends even though he’s not living next door to her anymore.
4. Fans Will Have To Choose Between Team Peter or Team John
Move over Team Edward and Team Jacob, there’s a new love triangle tearing friendships apart! Yep, those involved in the film have confirmed that P.S. I Still Love You will give birth to another epic love triangle, except this time things get serious.
It’s hard to imagine anybody turning their backs on dream-boy Peter Kavinsky but that’s not stopping the creators from trying. The film’s director, Michael Fimognari, confirmed that the rivalry between Peter and Noah is “very intentional.”
We can’t wait to see who we end up rooting for, but right now we’re definitely #TeamPeter!
5. Someone’s Heart Will Break
Obviously, we’re not sure who’s heart will break but there’s certainly going to be some heartbreak involved when To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You hits Netflix on February 12th.
Will Peter break Lara Jean’s heart?
Will Lara Jean break Peter’s heart?
And what about John Ambrose McClaren heart?
We better have our tissues and ice cream ready for this one!
Well, those are the 5 things we know about To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You film so far. Want to know even more? Well, we can’t help you much but we can suggest that you read the books to see what happens in them!
And don’t worry, the Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky story won’t end after this film. The cast has already completed production on the third and final To All The Boys film in the series. No release date has been set for the sequel but the film will be called To All the Boys: Always and Forever Lara Jean.
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