This Valentine’s Day, Netflix is bringing the third and final installment of Lara Jean’s love story to our screens. Previously, Lara Jean had to make a difficult choice between John Ambrose and Peter Kavinsky in to all the Boys: P.S I Still love you. Now, in the rom-com’s final installment, she is faced with yet another difficult problem in her love life.
Wait a minute, ‘Always and forever’… is Lara Jeans trying to do The Originals here?
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Okay, may be not, but the upcoming sequel is going to be filled with a lot of drama, romance, and emotions.
As the graduation approaches, the two love birds are struggling with the idea of a long-distance relationship.
Is Lara Jean going to continue her relationship with John Kavinsky? Or is there going to be another person in her life? How will they cope with the long distance relationship? To know the answers, make sure to stream the movie on 12th February 2021.
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The previous two movies were received well by the fans (not to mention the crazy fans’ obsession with the actors Lana Condor and Noah Centineo) so, of course, the screen adaption of the third novel of Jenny Han’s bestselling YA book series is hitting our screens.
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Scroll down and learn 4 shocking facts about the Netflix’s upcoming rom-com To All The Boys: Always and Forever:
Most of the original cast is returning for the third installment
It’s confirmed that most of our beloved TATBILB cast members will be reprising their roles for the movie’s final installment, including Centineo as Peter Kavinsky, Condor as Lara Jean, Madeline Arthur as Christine, and Ross Butler as Trevor.
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Lara Jean’s father— played by John Corbett— is also returning along with his newly-found love interest in the sequel Trina (played by Sarayu Blue). Jean’s sisters, Kitty Covey (played by Anna Cathcart) and Margot Covey (Janel Parrish), will also be joining the movie.
Director Michael Fimognari is also returning for the third and final movie of the popular trilogy, and Katie Lovejoy will be joining as the movie’s new screenwriter. It’s unclear whether Jordan Fisher will make another appearance as heartthrob John Ambrose.
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The Covey sisters are travelling to South Korea, Seoul
Apart from Lara Jean’s problematic love story, there’s going to be a lot of Covey family drama. Yes! The Covey sisters travel to Seoul to visit their grandmother and discover some untold truths about their late mother.
While talking to a media organization, Condor shared her experience of filming in South Korea. “We spent a lot of time in Korea shooting…. We were there for so long, I hope that they just show a lot of Korea,” she said. “And ultimately, I want to celebrate the culture, so I think it’s really important that we keep as much of Korea in the movie as possible.”
Dr. Covey’s newly found love interest, Blue will also be joining the family in their trip to South Korea, “The food, the stories and there’s a scene that’s just so gorgeous – a real beautiful way to honor the movie.”
Condor assures fans that the trilogy will have a “proper” ending
In one interview, Condor said that they ended the filming of these movies on a “really good note.” She added, “I’m forever grateful for the character and I’m really excited for people to see the third movie because I think the third one is my favorite movie out of the three.”
Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky are heading to College
In Always and Forever, the characters are now in the final year of high school, as Lara Jean returns from a family trip to South Korea and starts making plans about college. Her plans do not necessarily include Peter!
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“I think we also need to focus on who Lara Jean is as a young woman and what she’s going to do with her future. She’s going off to college and everything, so it does feel like a proper ending,” Condor added.
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