Last summer, Netflix had a big hit on its hands with To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Although the streaming platform rarely releases its ratings, it was no secret the rom-com was a massive success considering its lead, Noah Centineo, became a teen heartthrob overnight. Netflix has since pushed other rom-coms of its variety such as The Perfect Date and Always Be My Maybe, and had previously announced a sequel. But wait… hold for more good news, To All the Boys is going to be a trilogy.
Netflix has announced that a third movie called To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean is currently in production, back-to-back with the filming of To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. The film franchise’s stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo took to Instagram to announce the exciting news. Take a look:
That's exciting news for fans! The pair showed their relief at finally being able to share details about To All the Boys 2 & 3 while on the set for project. Along with announcing Always and Forever, Lara Jean, the official release date for P.S. I Still Love You was also disclosed. The first sequel will come to Netflix on February 12, 2020, just in time for Valentine’s Day. P.S. I Still Love You looks to be introducing one of Lara Jean’s past crushes, John Ambrose McClaren, played by Jordan Fisher.
John Ambrose will write Lara back after receiving the personal letter her younger sister sent out to all her crushes and they will become pen pals. Since To All The Boys is based on a book trilogy by Jenny Han, it makes sense for the movies to be three movies. The titles follow the names of the three books exactly as well.
Since the young actors are growing up past the ages of high school students, shooting the films back-to-back is a good call. Lana Condor is already 22 years old and Centineo 23. The main stars are also gaining massive popularity since their breakout roles. Centineo will have a supporting role in November’s Charlie’s Angels and playing He-Man in 2021’s Masters of the Universe. Condor recently starred in Alita: Battle Angel, the Deadly Class TV series and 2020’s Girls Night.
The official To All The Boys account recently released this set photo of some of the cast having a boat party. Check it out:
This could be from the third film, as Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, as well as Madeleine Arthur and Trezzo Mahoro from the original cast are onboard. Considering Condor’s longtime boyfriend and fellow actor Anthony De La Torre also joined in and most high school students don’t hang out on nice boats, it’s likely an off day for the cast between shooting two films one-after-one.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is currently available to stream on Netflix! Two more are on the way!