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Here's Everything We Know About The "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" Sequel

It looks like Netflix has just decided what we'll all be doing for Valentine's day 2020. They just-announced when Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean will be returning to our screens and it's probably the best news to come out of this entire week. Besides the few behind the scenes pictures from cast members and Jenny Han, the To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel has been kept under tight wraps. But it seems like they're finally starting to loosen up that scrunchie! The To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel has an official release date! 

We dug up all the info that's been released so far about the rom-com so you can stay caught up on all things All The Boys

P.S I Still Love You 

It was speculated that the sequel would match the title from its book counterpart! Netflix recently confirmed the movie title in a tweet, P.S. I Still Love You!

Straight From The Book? 

While we assume that the plot will be inspired by the P.S. I Still Love You book, it's hard to be sure. Part one of the movie included certain events that actually take place in the sequel. The ending was all cleared up and ended with an iconic kiss in a Lacrosse field that wasn't actually supposed to happen.

Lana Condor (Lara Jean) has confirmed the suspicion that it'll still follow the events of the second novel telling Entertainment Weekly, “We’re going to try and stay very close to the book. There will be a new love interest to challenge Peter, so that will be interesting to see how that plays out.”

Casting Announcements 

There were a few casting announcements made earlier this year before filming started. Lana Condor, Anna Cathcart, and Janelle Parish will return as the covey sisters and Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky, but there was a recast!

John Ambrose who showed up at the end of the first film has been recast as Jordan Fisher! Ross Butler from Riverdale will also play Kavinsky's best friend Trevor Pike.

Valentines Day Week 2020

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo hopped on an Instagram post to let us know that the release date for P.S. I Still Love You is Feb. 12, 2020. They also had some more news!

Always & Forever 

In the same premiere date announcement, the two actors announced that the third film in the franchise has already begun production. Always and Forever Lara Jean!

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