To All The Boys I've Loved Before was a Netflix hit this summer. If you haven't already, you need to put this on your Netflix Original bucket list. This movie is where fans fell in love with Noah Centineo, who plays Peter Kavinsky. I'll give you a brief synopsis of what the movie is about. 

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In To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Lara Jean has letters stored away to boys she has liked in the past. She's kind of an outsider in school, has never really had a boyfriend, and is dealing with the death of her mother and other teen related things. Somehow, the letters get sent out to the boys she initally wrote them for, and everything turns upside down. However, it's really a tale about young love and trying to trust someone where they're not around. Well, this teen romance movie is in talks to get a sequel, and us Peter Kavinsky fans can rejoice!

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On November 27th, it was rumoured that To All The Boys I've Loved Before was getting a sequel, but it's actually only in talks at the moment. I mean, Netflix would be crazy to not give us more Lara Jean and Peter romance, right? Wrong! The rumoured plot of the sequel is that someone else that Lara Jean sent a letter to, and who shows up after the credits in the first movie, wants to fight for her love. 

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If you didn't know, like most things, this was a book series before it was a movie on Netflix. There are three books in the series, so maybe that means a third movie?! Let's not get ahead of ourselves, but we can dream. 

Hopefully you're as excited as I am for this sequel. Not that they left it on a cliffhanger, but they definitely left some room for the growth of the relationship between Lara Jean and Peter. But you can't have a sequel without a little love triangle. Well, at least not in romantic movies!

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