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“Sometimes I wish my boyfriend was mode anonymous.” That’s Lara Jean (Lana Condor) in To All the Boys: PS. I Still Love You – Netflix’s rom-com sequel that catches up with the high-schooler after she’s nabbed the boy of her dreams.

Based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel, the first film followed Lara, who discovered that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – had mysteriously been mailed out. Now, Condor and Noah Centineo are back as Lara and Peter, who are navigating a trove of official firsts — Lara’s first real kiss, first real date and first Valentine’s Day. She finds herself leaning more on Kitty and Margot (Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish), Chris (Madeleine Arthur), and an unexpected new confidant, Stormy (Holland Taylor), to help her manage the complex emotions that come with this new chapter of balancing a relationship and figuring out her authentic self.

But when John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), another recipient of one of Lara Jean’s old love letters, enters her life again she must rely on herself more than ever as she’s confronted with her first real dilemma: can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

All will be revealed on 12th February, when the film premieres on Netflix. Here’s the trailer:

Watch: First trailer for To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

“We’ve gone on a bunch of dates.” “Yeah, but they weren’t real.” That’s the sound of Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) returning in To All the Boys: PS. I Still Love You – and a new trailer gives us our first taste of Netflix’s rom-com sequel.

Based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel, the first film followed Lara, who discovered that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – had mysteriously been mailed out. With the show becoming a global sensation, Netflix was quick to announce that a sequel was on the way, with Condor and Centineo set to reprise their roles, alongside Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish, returning as Lara’s sisters, plus John Corbett and a number of other returning faces.

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You picks up in a new year, as Lara Jean navigates a trove of official firsts with Peter — her first real kiss, her first real date, her first Valentine’s Day. She finds herself leaning more on Kitty and Margot (Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish), Chris (Madeleine Arthur), and an unexpected new confidant, Stormy (Holland Taylor), to help her manage the complex emotions that come with this new chapter of balancing a relationship and figuring out her authentic self.

But when John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), another recipient of one of Lara Jean’s old love letters, enters her life again she must rely on herself more than ever as she’s confronted with her first real dilemma: can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

Find out on 12th February 2020, when the film premieres on Netflix. Here’s the trailer:

First look: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

14th December 2019

It’s only a matter of weeks until To All The Boys returns to Netflix with its sequel, P.S. I Still Love You – and we’ve got our first look at the return of Lara and Peter.

Based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel, and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, the hit rom-com followed Lara, who discovered that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – had mysteriously been mailed out. With the show becoming a popular talking point internationally, Netflix was quick to announce that a sequel was on the way, with Condor and Centineo set to reprise their roles, alongside Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish, returning as Lara’s sisters, plus John Corbett and a number of other returning faces.

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You picks up in a new year and Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) are no longer pretending to be a couple: they are a couple. And, as Lara Jean navigates a trove of official firsts with Peter — her first real kiss, her first real date, her first Valentine’s Day — she finds herself leaning more on Kitty and Margot (Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish), Chris (Madeleine Arthur), and an unexpected new confidant, Stormy (Holland Taylor), to help her manage the complex emotions that come with this new chapter of balancing a relationship and figuring out her authentic self.

But when John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), another recipient of one of Lara Jean’s old love letters, enters her life again she must rely on herself more than ever as she’s confronted with her first real dilemma: can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You launches globally on Netflix on 12th February 2020. Here are the images:

Photos: Bettina Strauss / Netflix

To All the Boys sequel gets a title and release date

15th August 2019

Netflix has officially revealed the title and release date for its sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel, and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, the hit rom-com followed Lara, who discovered that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – had mysteriously been mailed out.

With the show becoming a popular talking point internationally, Netflix was quick to announce last year that a sequel was on the way, with Lana Condor and Noah Centineo set to reprise their roles, alongside Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish, returning as Lara’s sisters, and John Corbett, plus a number of other returning faces.

With Han’s original story spanning three novels, its perhaps no surprise that Netflix has now confirmed a third film is already in production, called To All The Boys: Always And Forever Lara Jean. Before then, though, there’s the question of when film number two will be on our screens, and Netflix has finally given us an answer: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You will premiere on Netflix on 12th February 2020 – just in time for Valentine’s Day.

To All the Boys 2 rounds out cast

4th April 2019

Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel is rounding out its cast.

Based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel, and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, the hit rom-com followed Lara, who discovered that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – had mysteriously been mailed out. Condor and Centineo will reprise their roles in the second film and will be joined by Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish, returning as Lara’s sisters, and John Corbett.

Now, Madeleine Arthur (Big Eyes) has been confirmed as reprising her role as Christine from the first movie. Holland Taylor (Legally Blonde, Two and a Half Men, Mr Mercedes) and Sarayu Blue (Blockers) have also joined the follow-up‘s ensemble.

Their casting follows the addition of Ross Butler, best known for his role as Zach Dempsey in 13 Reasons Why, as Trevor Pike, the best friend of Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo).

The sequel is directed by Michael Fimognari and written by Sofia Alvarez.

Ross Butler joins To All the Boys sequel

2nd April

Ross Butler has joined the cast of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2.

The sequel was announced last year, following the smash hit success of the romantic comedy, based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel. Starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, it follows Lara, who discovers that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – are mysteriously mailed out.

Condor and Centineo will reprise their roles in the second film and will be joined by Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish as Lara’s sisters, and John Corbett. Now, they’ve got a new face to join them: Ross Butler, best known for his role as Zach Dempsey in 13 Reasons Why. He will play Trevor Pike, the best friend of Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo).

Michael Fimognari, who served as the Director of Photography on the first film, will helm the sequel, taking over the reins from Susan Johnson. The project is currently in pre-production.

Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish and John Corbett return for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2

23rd March 2019

Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish and John Corbett will all officially return for Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel.

The romantic comedy, based on the 2014 novel by Jenny Han and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, follows Lara, who discovers that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – are mysteriously mailed out. The result has become one of Netflix’s most popular original movies, winning fans over the world for its diverse cast and realistic characters.

“The result sits alongside Love, Simon this year as a growing generation of high school movies that reflect what real life is actually like, not only in terms of diverse casting and choice of stories but also in terms of sincere, feel-good emotions,” we wrote in our review. “The really feel-good news? The novel is the first of three books about

Lara Jean Covey. Start writing your letters to Netflix now to ask them to complete the trilogy.”

Netflix announced last year that a sequel is on the way, with Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will return to reprise their roles. Produced by Awesomeness Films, Ace Entertainment and Overbrook Entertainment, the film will be written by Sofia Alvarez, who penned the first adaptation.

One of the best things about the film, though, was its supporting cast, with Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish providing a wonderfully fleshed out trio of sisters – Parrish as elder sibling Margot and Cathcart as younger sibling Kitty. Fans will be delighted, then, that Netflix has confirmed that both will return to reprise their roles, alongside John Corbett.

Michael Fimognari, who served as the Director of Photography on the first film, will helm the sequel, taking over the reins from Susan Johnson.

Johnson says: “Directing To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before has been one of the great experiences of my life, and I am grateful to the fans for their passionate support of the film. Due to the timing of my other projects I won’t be directing the sequel, but as an executive producer, I am looking forward to continuing to share Lara Jean’s story and being part of this franchise.”

Han says: “I’m so thrilled and thankful we get to keep telling Lara Jean’s story. I just know that the audience will fall in love with her all over again.”

The sequel is currently in pre-production and will be released by Netflix.

Official: Lana Condor and Noah Centineo to return for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2

20th December 2018

Netflix has officially announced that a sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is in development.

The romantic comedy, based on the 2014 novel by Jenny Han and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, follows Lara, who discovers that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – are mysteriously mailed out. The result has become one of Netflix’s most popular original movies, winning fans over the world for its diverse cast and realistic characters.

“The result sits alongside Love, Simon this year as a growing generation of high school movies that reflect what real life is actually like, not only in terms of diverse casting and choice of stories but also in terms of sincere, feel-good emotions,” we wrote in our review. “The really feel-good news? The novel is the first of three books about

Lara Jean Covey. Start writing your letters to Netflix now to ask them to complete the trilogy.”

With more than 80 million watching one or more of Netflix’s Summer of Love collection (of which To All the Boys is one), it was perhaps no surprise that Viacom recently confirmed that a sequel will happen, as part of Netflix’s new multi-picture deal with Paramount.

Now, Netflix has officially announced the new movie is on the way, and that Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will return to reprise their roles. Produced by Awesomeness Films, Ace Entertainment and Overbrook Entertainment, the film will be written by Sofia Alvarez, who penned the first adaptation.

Here’s a cute letter announcing the news, and a video to boot:

Confirmed: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 is on the way

4th December 2018

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will officially get a sequel, Viacom has confirmed.

The romantic comedy, based on the 2014 novel by Jenny Han and starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, follows Lara, who discovers that the love letters for every boy she’s ever had a crush on – five in total – are mysteriously mailed out. Lara never intended to send them – so surely life, as she knows it, is over?

The result has become one of Netflix’s most popular original movies, winning fans over the world for its diverse cast and realistic characters.

“The result sits alongside Love, Simon this year as a growing generation of high school movies that reflect what real life is actually like, not only in terms of diverse casting and choice of stories but also in terms of sincere, feel-good emotions,” we wrote in our review. “The really feel-good news? The novel is the first of three books about

Lara Jean Covey. Start writing your letters to Netflix now to ask them to complete the trilogy.”

Fans certainly have done that, and Netflix has noticed, announcing “strong repeat viewing” among subscribers, with more than 80 million people watching one or more of its collection of Summer of Love rom-coms released in 2018. It is no surprise, then, that rumours have long been afoot of a possible second film, although Jenny Han dismissed news headlines of a confirmed sequel, with the green light still not yet given.

Now, Viacom CEO Bob Bakish has confirmed the sequel is going ahead. It will be the first title in Netflix’s new multi-picture deal with Paramount, which was signed last month, following separate agreements for Netflix to release both The Cloverfield Paradox and Annihilation internationally.

Viacom, at the time, said that they were in discussions about possible titles. With AwesomenessTV, which produced To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, acquired by Viacom earlier this year, the romantic comedy’s follow-up is a natural fit for their arrangement. Bakish said the sequel “might have a sexier title over time”, as he announced the sequel during the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York.


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