Looks like fans of Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will get to spend next Valentine’s Day weekend with Lara Jean Covey, Peter Kavinsky, and John Ambrose!
It’s no secret that the cast and crew of Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before adaptation have been hard at work filming To All The Boys 2 for the past few months.
As exciting as it’s been to keep up with updates from the set, the one bit of information Netflix had yet to clue fans in on is when we can expect the second movie to make its grand debut.
Now, we’ve finally got the answer to that question!
The online streaming giant recruited stars Noah Centineo, Lana Condor, and newcomer Jordan Fisher (who will play John Ambrose in the sequel) to help make the big announcement.
The trio filmed a cute Love Actually inspired video announcing that To All The Boys 2 would officially be premiering via Netflix on February 12, 2020.
An official release date is cause enough for excitement, but the cast wasn’t done yet.
In addition, Condor and Centineo also announced right at the end of the video that an adaptation of the third book in author Jenny Han’s series is already in production at Netflix!
In addition, Condor and Centineo filmed a separate announcement video which the duo uploaded to their own Instagram feeds.
In the video, the stars revealed that they’re already on set and filming the third movie, To All The Boys 3: Always and Forever, Lara Jean.
“We’ve been keeping it a secret for a long time,” said Centineo.
“And it’s been hard!” said Condor, noting that the secret was especially difficult to keep given that it didn’t go unnoticed by fans that they’d been filming for quite a while.
To All The Boys 2 premieres via Netflix just in time for Valentine’s Day on February 12.