It's the sequel we've all been waiting for. After the runaway success of the original teen rom-com To All The Boys I've Loved Before, it was announced there would be a follow-up in December of last year. This week further details have been released about the sequel. Here's everything you need to know about To All the Boys I've Loved Before 2.
For a quick recap, the original To All The Boys I've Loved Before is based on the book of the same name by Jenny Han. The film follows shy and introvert high-school student Lara Jean Song Convey. Like many introverts would do instead of disclosing her feeling Lara wrote love letters to her past crushes meant for her eyes only. In a hilarious turn of events, her sister posts these letters and the repercussions play out the rest of the movie.
So what is in store for the sequel? According to Digital Spy, the director of the first film, Susan Johnson won't be back to direct the sequel. Taking over the director's chair will be director of photography from the first film Michael Fimognari. Fans of the original will be delighted to hear that Lana Condor who plays Lara Jean Son Convey and Noah Centineo who plays Peter Kavinsky will return for the sequel. Also returning for the sequel is John Corbett as her dad Dr Covey. There will also be some new faces to the cast for the sequel. Ross Butler, who you'll remember as Zach from 13 Reasons why is joining the cast as Peter's best friend.
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The plot largely stuck to the plot of Jenny Han's sequel book PS I Still Love You. After Lara Jean and Peter get together for real at the end of the last film, in the book their relationship is more complicated than when they were pretending to be together. When a risque video of them is posted online Lara Jean wonders will she ever live it down? Lara Jean also has growing concerns that Peter is spending more time with his ex and a boy from her own past has returns. She wonders can she be in love with two boys at once? Oh to be a teenage girl again!!
No release date has been confirmed just yet, however, Netflix confirmed that the sequel is in pre-production on the 22nd March.