To All The Boys I've Loved Before fans (aka everyone), get excited because now that the sequel is officially confirmed, the cast will be back in Canada to film the second movie in the series! Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel will start filming in Canada next month. This means that you might be able to spot stars Noah Centineo and Lara Condor on our homeland.
The first movie was filmed in Vancouver, BC and the sequel will be filmed in the same city once again. According to What's Filming, the To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel will start production in Vancouver next month on March 25, 2019!
The good news keeps on coming because you can already visit some of the film locations from To All The Boys I've Loved Before! Many of the shooting locations are likely to be the same as the first film, such as the iconic cafe and school. Luckily for you, we're here to provide you with the inside scoop on where these spots are located.
The cafe in the movie, Corner Cafe, where Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky frequently hang out is actually also called the Corner Cafe in real life. The best part? You can visit the cafe in real life! It's located in North Vancouver at 1490 Pemberton Avenue in North Vancouver.
Right now the cafe is unfortunately closed for renovations, but you can still take pictures of the outside and recreate that iconic shot from the movie of Lara Jean parking her bike.
Fans have already been spotted taking photos and recreating their favourite scenes from the movie at this cafe. The aesthetic looks really similar to when it doubled as the hangout cafe in the movie. Check out photos of it below!
From the movie:
Not only can you visit the cafe from the movie, but other locations too! You can see the school that Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky attend, and see the real-life scene for where several iconic moments in the movie took place. Point Grey Elementary School in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver doubles as Adler High School in the movie.
You can even visit the real house of Lara Jean! It's located in Fort Langley at 9147 Gay Street.
Many cast members are returning for the sequel. Noah Centineo and Lara Condor will reprise their roles in the sequel, so make sure to keep a lookout for the To All The Boys I've Loved Before stars in Vancouver in late March when productions starts!
Netflix dropped a teaser for the film two months ago in December and fans were dying of excitement. Honestly, same. Check out the teaser below!
We can't wait to stalk our favourite Netflix stars when they start filming in the city. There's no word yet on when the movie will be released, so stay tuned. Until then, we'll be here rewatching To All The Boys I've Loved Before on Netflix Canada.