To All The Boys: Things we should know!!!
We’re not ready to say goodbye to Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor), the lovely protagonist of the movie series To All The Boys on Netflix.
On February 12, the second installment of the franchise, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, fell on Netflix. The first film, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, was followed by Lara’s fledgling beau Jean Peter Kavinsky. The second analyzes what happens with their relationship after falling in love with Lara Jean’s elementary school, John Ambrose McClaren, who presents the scene again.
Jenny Han, the author of the book series, tells Lara Jean’s trip between the first and second: “It goes from your fantastic idea of what it is to be in love, that it really should happen.” The movie “Understand that it works and that it is not just a beautiful image or a fairy tale.”
Unfortunately, only one movie stands between us and the end of Lara Jean’s story. The movie Third and Final To All The Boys has already been shot. While Netflix has not yet confirmed the date, its IMDB page lists the 2020 releases.
There may be three releases for all children by the fall of 2020. To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and forever and ever, Lara Jean was filmed back-to-back, Han confirmed. “When we finished, everyone was crying,” Han told the sources.
So, To All The Boys, it already exists. While we can watch the movie? Much less certain. Netflix has not yet announced an official release date.
However, we can make an educated guess based on the pattern of release dates from previous movies. So far, the releases have been coordinated to match the events of the movie.
The IMDB page of the movie says it all. Lara will return as Jean (of course), and also Santino. Forever and ever, Lara Jean will focus on her love story. Also, Christine, Lara’s best friend, and Madeleine Arthur as Emilyja Barnack, Lara Jean’s antagonist.
It probably won’t be the fourth movie.
Originally, there shouldn’t have been even a third movie. Han thought he was done with the series after the second book. Then, he tried to write his next book, and Lara Jean kept talking to him.
“I really ended up missing Lara Jean and her world. So I thought, I just had to do one more, because I want to spend a little more time with them and I really want to see everything complete,” Han said.