The trailer for the sequel ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ has finally been released. The sequel is titled “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You”. Lana Condor and Noah Centineo take their roles again as Lara Jean and Peter, but this time their relationship is rocked as another love interest enters the picture.
The preview opens with Lara Jean and Peter out on a dinner date with Lara Jean referencing their iconic fake romance that turned into a real one, from the first film. During the trailer, it seems as if they’re attempting to recharge their spark as they enjoy special moments together, with a scene including them setting a floating lantern into the sparkling night sky. As the two make a promise not to break each other’s hearts, their revived love comes to a standstill when Lara Jean faints again, duplicating the very memorable scene from the first movie, and this time wakes up to the face of John Ambrose McLaren instead of Peter. John Ambrose was another recipient of one of her letters.
With John, Lara Jean ends up on another romantic journey where they both start to reminisce about their middle school past. “I need proof that someone actually liked me in middle school” John says, being the cause of Lara Jean reminding him that “Everyone liked him in middle school”. Things take a turn when John responds with “I didn’t really care about everyone”, therefore implying that Lara Jean was the only one he really cared for. The role of John Ambrose McLaren is played by Jordan Fisher. Even though we saw John in the first film, he will be taking on a larger role in the sequel, as now he will be attempting to steal Lara Jean away from Peter.
“To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” will premiere on Netflix February 12, 2020.