Always and Forever Lara Jean Summary!
Netflix produces sequels of All The Boys I’ve Loved Before in the same way children are produced in South Asian families – there’s a new one every year!
Related: EXCLUSIVE: JACK UNTERWEGER, RICHARD RAMIREZ, CECIL HOTEL, ELISA LAM AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW!
You may already have figured out by now that another part of the blockbuster franchise has premiered on Netflix, and this time, it’s the final installment. The trilogy that began in 2014 is still ruling the hearts of the audiences with quirky storylines and gorgeous-looking characters. Remember Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean from Always and Forever original?
The movies are, of course, adapted from the popular novel series by Jenny Han. Naturally, some changes are bound to happen, as you can’t copy literally everything from paper to screen. In fact, some would argue that it is best to not follow the original text and spice up the Always and Forever movie screenplay with additional references and minor character modifications.
Related: 5 FACTS ABOUT NIGHT STALKER SURVIVOR, ANASTASIA HRONAS!
‘Always and Forever’ is the title of the final installment and its everything we ever dreamed of! To All the Boys, Always and Forever release date is the 13th of February – right before Valentine’s Day. The movie is about the final days of high school and it explores the dynamics and changes in the relationship between Lara Jean and Peter. They both plan on going to the same college, but different possibilities have made them question their future prospects even more.
Continue reading to find out more about To All the Boys, Always and Forever cast, ending, soundtrack, lara jean summary, album and book.
Related: THE FINAL WORDS BETWEEN RICHARD RAMIREZ AND ANASTASIA HRONAS (NIGHT STALKER)!
Although they both initially wanted to attend Stanford University together, Lara feels that NYU might be the better option for her. We get to see the dynamic between the duo as they deal with the challenges of long distance relationship.
Let’s discuss how the movie is different from the books:
The trip to Korea occurs much later on in the book
Related: CELEBRITIES WHO ARE TOTAL JERKS IN REAL LIFE
The movie started with Lara Jean enjoying the spring break of her senior year. She is seen spending time with her family, vacationing in Seoul, South Korea. However, in the book, the trip happens after her graduation.
Lara and Peter wanted to go to the University of Virginia
In the movie, Lara and Peter decide to go to Stanford University together whereas in the book, the couple were planning for a different university – University of Virginia. Peter was actually offered the lacrosse scholarship there, and Lara wanted to stay close to home.
More on 10+ MOST RUDE AND ABSOLUTE JERK HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES IN REAL LIFE!
Every student has a backup in case they don’t get admission into their favorite schools. Similarly, Lara Jean had contingency plans so that she doesn’t waste a year at home doing nothing. In the movie, Stanford was initially on her wish list whereas Berkeley was her backup. On the contrary, College of William & Mary was her backup plan in the book.
Lara Goes to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lara Jean briefly mentions that she had applied to NYU only because of her sister, as she wanted her to have an East Coast college option. She eventually falls in love with the vibe of the school on her visit. The story is a bit different in the book, because her best friend encourages her to simply spend a day at the campus.
Related: 50M2: EVERYTHING ABOUT SEASON 2, RELEASE DATE AND CAST!
You may remember the drama that unfolded due to her infamous crush on Margot’s boyfriend in the first movie. In the book, Margot returns from Scotland with a new boyfriend. Anyway, none of this made it to the movie.
In the book, Lara Jean had also gone out with her friends to celebrate her senior year at the beach where she almost had sex with Peter. In the movie, we don’t see any of this happening until her prom night.
The Big Break Up
In the movie, you will see Lara and Peter fight and break up after the prom but, in the book, it happens at Trina’s Bachelorette party. In the movie, Peter blames her of wanting sex only to break up with him later on, whereas in the book, he feels insecure and blurts it out when he’s drunk.
Let’s look at the bright side – this is the last movie of the ‘To All The Boys’ franchise. So take it all in, the drama, the chaos, and the petty troubles of young love, because you’re surely going to miss it now that it’s ended.
Related: FIREFLY LANE: KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN KRISTIN HANNAH’S 2008 NOVEL AND THE MOVIE!
Anyway, do let us know your thoughts about the movie and if you think Peter is a bit melodramatic as well. Don't forget to listen to Always and Forever heatwave song.
Also, like our page on Facebook to stay updated on the latest trends in the movie business!
Related: ‘BEHIND HER EYES’ NETFLIX: EVERYTHING ABOUT ITS RELEASE DATE, CAST, TRAILER, ENDING, BOOK AND QUOTES
Author Jenny Han (Born on 3 September 1980) has also won the Shorty Award for Literature for her the ‘Always and Forever’ book in the series. The American author was under the contract of Simon & Schuster – the popular American publishing house.