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Here's everything we know so far about a To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel
The movie is based on Jenny Han's young adult trilogy and will reunite the first film's leads, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Screenwriter Sofia Alvarez is also returning to pen the sequel, reports Variety , as is production outfit Overbrook Entertainment: the company behind Netflix's fantasy-action flick Bright and its upcoming sequel. The second and third books in Han's trilogy are P. There's also no word on who'll be directing. The first film follows high school student Lara Jean Covey, whose life is thrown into chaos after her secret love letters for every boy she's ever loved are mysteriously mailed out to them. It's Official. ToAllTheBoysSequel lanacondor ncentineo netflix pic.
Netflix gave us literally the best Christmas gift ever when it announced the sequel via this adorable video with Lana and Noah last December. Literally the best Christmas gift. ToAllTheBoysSequel lanacondor ncentineo jennyhan netflix. But Netflix just gave us even more Instagram cuteness with a video that confirmed the release date: February 12, —almost a year and a half after the original dropped. The three-quel is currently shooting in Vancouver and is apparently scheduled to wrap up on August
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Fans can't get enough of Lara Jean Lana Condor and her romantic escapades. Not to mention, Peter K Noah Centineo is essentially the perfect love interest. What people may not know though is that the film is based on a trilogy of books by Jenny Han. As it stands, Netflix are yet to confirm anything official about a third film but it seems likely. To All the Boys I've Loved Before was such a huge success that it would seem bizarre to end the series without adapting the final book. Plus, all three books take place within a similar time frame, so it makes sense for Netflix to film a third film before the cast look too old to play their characters.