Netflix’s ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Has Started Filming And Here’s Everything We Know
The film To All The Boys I've Loved Before was a major hit on Netflix, which is why we were so pleased when a sequel to the movie was announced back in December. After months of anticipation, we're so excited to announce that Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel has started filming, and here's everything we know:
Just yesterday, Noah Centineo sent out a tweet letting fans know that he's back in Los Angeles to start filming To All The Boys I've Loved Before 2. His co-star, Lana Condor, replied to the tweet stating that she was so excited to see him. These two actors had already been confirmed for the sequel, so this didn't come as a shock to us. The only problem is that we don't know who the third actor joining them is!
💕 i can’t wait to see ya https://t.co/yGDgvOBIrP
The sequel will be inspired by the novel P.S. I Still Love You, which is all about a love triangle between Lara Jean Covey, Peter Kavinsky, and John Ambrose. While Lana will be back again as Lara, and Noah will be back in the role of Peter, we're still waiting to find out who will play the role of John.
In a recent interview with Cosmopolitan, Lana told the magazine that even she had no idea who was going to be playing John Ambrose. Clearly, the production team for the film is taking extra time to make sure they find someone as extraordinary as Noah Centineo. There's a big debate over who the hottest Netflix Original star is, but Noah might just take the cake unless this new actor brings him some competition.
Over Twitter, a fan also asked Noah if he has any idea who would be playing John Ambrose, but unfortunately, he didn't. Funnily enough, this question was asked when Noah was starting to film, so we're starting to think Netflix is just keeping a secret from us. If the casting decision is this secret, we're expecting VERY big things.
I have no idea 😭
We're not quite sure when the film will be released, but it will likely be sometime within the next year. As long as Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are staring in it, we know that we won't be disappointed - we just hope that Netflix will tell us who John Ambrose is, ASAP.
Original article by Charlotte Poitras for Narcity Quebec.