Are you ready for your heart to be broken and put back together (again) by the charming duo that is Lana Condor and Noah Centineo? Well, if you are still recovering from the first movie, you have time to prepare: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You doesn’t come out until February 12, 2020. However, if you’re ready for more, the trailer just dropped and the two actors are reprising their roles as Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky.
The sequel appears to pick up right where the Netflix original, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, left off. Lara Jean and Peter are on a date in a fancy restaurant, making it clear that the two are officially an item. Things seem to get dramatic when another love letter recipient – Lara Jean’s middle school crush, John Ambrose McClaren (played by Jordan Fisher) – comes into the picture.
If you’re already trying to decide whether you are team Peter or John, you’re not alone. Condor tweeted: “#PSIStillLoveYou my heart is literally torn between Peter K and John Ambrose … and I’m in the movie. Oh… I’m suddenly realizing how unprepared I am for this roller coaster of emotions…”
#PSIStillLoveYou my heart is literally torn between Peter K and John Ambrose … and I’m in the movie. Oh… I’m suddenly realizing how unprepared I am for this roller coaster of emotions… pic.twitter.com/Wf5cns20Cj
— Lana Condor (@lanacondor) December 19, 2019
In the April 2019 issue of ELLE Canada, Condor spoke about the major success and significance of the first film. “One of the reasons I took To All the Boys was because it’s just a story about a girl who falls in love for the first time,” she said. “She’s the girl next door who happens to be Asian. Like, that’s not the focus of it because we’re normal fucking human beings.”
Watch the trailer for P.S. I Still Love You below.
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