‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Is Filming In Vancouver And These On-Set Photos Are Everything
It may already be almost a year since To All the Boys I've Loved Before came to Netflix, but that doesn't mean we're any less obsessed with it. The movie, which is based on a novel of the same name by Jenny Han, has a fun-loving and heartwarming storyline and most importantly, an awesome cast. In case you need some more Lana Condor, the To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel already looks amazing, and we've got the photos to prove it!
Filming for TATBILB 2 has been taking place in the beautiful city of Vancouver over the past few weeks, and all your favourite stars can't stop posting about how much fun they're having on set here in Canada.
The first big announcement (and probably one of the most exciting), was the news that Jordan Fisher would be joining the cast as John Ambrose, a new love interest for Lara Jean. Lana posted the above video to Instagram at the end of March, happily welcoming him.
Next up on the list is the reunion of the Covey sisters - you'd honestly think that they're actually related based on how close they are! All three actresses shared the above emotional photo of them hugging while Lana chows down on an egg roll.
The girls aren't the only ones having a great time on set though! Noah Centineo and new cast member Ross Butler have also had plenty of bonding bro-time. They've been posting plenty of photos of them working hard (or hardly working?). I think we may sense a new bromance in the air!
Don't worry, Jordan Fisher wasn't left out of the boy bonding time! This adorable video clip he shared shows that the guys already have an awesome relationship behind the camera, no matter what happens between Peter Kavinsky and John Ambrose on camera.
And of course, the photo we've all been waiting for! Lana shared this super sweet snap of her and Noah bonding on set (we totally ship it). In the caption she wrote, "In honor of us working our literal butts off for the @toalltheboysnetflix SEQUEL, here’s a pic of mom and dad when we weren’t exhausted w/ bags under our eyes & shooting night shoots. WHO IS READY?!".
Oh, we're BEYOND ready Lana. According to IMDb, TATBILB 2 will be coming to Netflix in 2020. We may still have a while to wait, but I have a feeling that the cast members will keep us on our toes with fun clips for the rest of the year.