To all boys I’ve loved before: P.S. I Still Love You will be here on Valentine’s Day 2020 just in time. Thanks to Lana Condor and Noah Centino’s Instagram announcement, we understand that the sequel to the adolescent rom-com Netflix will be released on 12 February. And that is not the only thing revealed by the TATB stars.
Lana and Noah teamed up on Thursday afternoon (15 August) to share exciting news about their Instagram accounts. The video showed Noah approaching Lana and saying, “Lana, why are you so sad?” Then she replied,’ I’m not, I’m pleased… because we have a release date of To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You!’ to which Noah says, ‘What does it mean?’ Then the duo, in a row of unison, says, ‘May 12!’
In addition to knowing when we are going to get another help from the LJ’s signature screens as well as “whoa-whoa-whoa” by Kavinsky, it turns out that Eagle-eyed fans are also right that To All the Boys 3 is filming already. In a second video, Noah says, “Lana, why did we film the second To All the Boys for too long?” She replies, “I don’t know, but it doesn’t feel good.” Then Noah answers, “It looks like that may not be the second,” and then together they go, “Perhaps the third?”
For all of the boys I loved before, Netflix premiered in the summer of 2018. Adapted by author Jenny Han from the YA series, the film has been announced as a significant time in Asian representation.
Over the previous few months, we have heard parts and parts about the next sequence. From what had announced, it seems that the events in the book sequence will follow loosely. 13 Reasons Why Ross Butler and Rent Stars: Live! Jordan Fisher is also going to join the cast. If you need us, we will count the days until the 12th of February.