What’s to happen to Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky? An uncertain future looms ahead, it seems.
Netflix’s hit romantic comedy film franchise ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” is based on a novel of the same name written by Korean-American author Jenny Han that stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo as teenage lovebirds Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky. If you have yet to watch it, the story unfolds when Lara Jean’s secret love letters, initially kept in her closet, are accidentally sent to all the boys whom she’s had crushes on over the years. Love blossoms between her and her and one of the boys, Peter Kavinsky.
This was later followed by the sequel “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” which saw Lara Jean being caught between Peter and longtime friend Josh, and realising at the end that she still loves Peter.
In the upcoming third and final installment directed by Michael Fimognari, ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever,’ Lara Jean finishes her final year of high school and starts to plan her future. She and Peter Kavinsky plan to attend Stanford University together. However, Lara Jean gets interested in moving to New York and has to make a tough decision after discovering she didn’t get accepted into Stanford.
We got to chat with best-selling author Jenny Han to share her thoughts on the lead actors, her favourite book and movie moments, seeing her story played out on the big screen, and what kept her busy in 2020.
“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” will premiere on Netflix, Feb 12, 2021.