‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2’ Gets Release Date, Third Movie Now Filming, Lana Condor & Noah Centineo Share Set Video


If you loved Netflix rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, get ready for not one but two more films in what’s now a movie franchise.

A sequel was announced shortly after the film hit Netflix in August 2018, and now comes word of the sequel’s release date and the announcement that a third film is already in production. The sequel, titled To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, will be hitting the streaming service on February 12, 2020. No release date yet for the third film, which has been titled To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

Netflix released an announcement video with the stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, and introducing a newcomer to the franchise, Jordan Fisher (Teen Wolf).

Centineo and Condor shared a video from the set of the third film, which they say has been really hard to keep a secret. “Everyone’s been saying, ‘Why are you filming TABT2 for so long?!'” Centineo says in the Twitter video below.

“It’s been such a journey and you guys being on it with us has made everything just awesome,” adds Condor. “I hope you guys love it. We’ve been working really hard for months!”

Cinematographer Michael Fimognari, who worked on the first film and whose credits include Ouija: Origin of Evil and Gerald’s Game, will be making his feature directorial debut with the sequel and will stay in the director’s chair for the third film. Susan Johnson (Carrie Pilby) helmed the first chapter.

The film titles follow Jenny Han’s bestselling book trilogy, following the romantic ups and downs of high schooler Lara Jean. The first adaptation was clearly a big hit for Netflix. The company reported that the film was rewatched at least once by half of all viewers that saw it.

Here’s the trailer as a refresher, or as an introduction if you missed this particular train:



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