To All the Boys sequel: Is To All The Boys Always and Forever the final movie in series?

To All the Boys sequel: Is To All The Boys Always and Forever the final movie in series?

02/12/2021

To All The Boys: Co stars write each other goodbye letters

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To All the Boys is the rom-com YA movie series which no one knew they needed. The story began with Lara Jean (Lana Condor) desperately hiding her embarrassment when her little sister sent Peter (Noah Centineo) and a bunch of other boys love letters from LJ. More has happened over the course of another film, but is this third movie the final one?

Will there be another To All the Boys?

Unfortunately for fans of the To All the Boys universe, the third instalment, called Always and Forever, is the final movie.

The Netflix movies are based on the Jenny Han novels, of which there are three.

The first, released in 2014, was To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, after which came To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You and To All the Boys: Always and Forever.

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They all centre around Lara Jean, a schoolgirl whose little sister Kitty (Anna Cathcart) sends her secret love letter to the boys at school.

Various lads receive them, but one in particular, Peter Kavinsky, decides to utilise the attention to woo his ex-girlfriend Gen (Emilija Baranac) and make her jealous.

This works, but as love stories go, nothing is quite as simple and Peter and Lara Jean find themselves falling for one another.

In the second film one of Lara Jean’s love letter recipients, John Ambrose (Jordan Burtchett) returns from time away to find his letter and is surprised to find her with Peter.

Lara Jean and John Ambrose begin volunteering together and sparks fly, making Peter concerned and distant.

While it looked like Peter and Lara Jean may call it quits, they pulled together as they headed into their senior year of high school, which is where we meet them in the third film.

Things look rosy for the couple at the beginning of Always and Forever, as they celebrated the prospect of going to Stanford University together.

However, disaster struck with Lara Jean was not accepted and instead became enamoured with the idea of going to NYU, the main university of New York City.

There will be no spoilers here, so the outcome is yet to be uttered – but one thing fans are desperate to know is whether this film is the end of the story, or whether there is more to be seen from our lovebirds?

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lana Condor had the answer.

She said: “I am in deep denial – I was such a wreck when we wrapped in Korea. We shot the Korean portion at the end and I was such a wreck…

“I think when it’s finally out on Netflix it will sink in but I am not ready…

“Noah wrapped before me, he didn’t come to Korea with us, and that whole entire day I was so in denial I kind of just avoided him throughout the day.

“I didn’t want to look at him, I didn’t want to talk to him I was like, ‘This isn’t happening!’ and that was rough, I have got to say…

“I feel grateful that I got to work with Noah because I think our relationship has really stood the test of time in these movies and I really enjoy him as a scene partner and as a person.

“Saying goodbye to him knowing that we were going to keep going, but that was his last day and it really sucked.

“Then I thought I would see him for press but because of the global pandemic there hasn’t been that closure.”

Lana has sadly told it all, meaning there will not be any further movies for the cast.

In a Netflix featurette, she and Noah wrote one another goodbye letters, a la Lara Jean, to share their feelings for one another.

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