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To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Netflix Summer Romance Is Getting Its Sequel!

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Netflix’s favourite summer love story ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ is getting its sequel that was being request by its fans since long and the giant streaming platform has finally made it official.

The blossoming teen tale of a shy girl Lara Jean a.k.a Lana Condor and college jock Peter Kevinsky  a.k.a Noah Centineo, made everyone swoon over their sweet romance. Netflix through a twitter video confirmed the sequel of it’s favorite love story, where the leading lady Condor and the ‘Internet’s Newest Boyfriend’ Noah are teasing their fans with their equation, making it hard for the audience to wait for it .

The 2018 movie was based on the New York Best-seller trilogy book penned by Jenny Han, that put the life of Lara Jean Covey on screen who wrote letters to all the boys she had crush on, but the coin got turned when the letters reached to those boys she addressed in the letters.

Lara and Peter or we can better address them as #Covinsky, also shared the news on their social media handles and fans are going crazy over it.

According to the reports, the sequel of the movie will follow the story line of the second book of Han’s trilogy title P.S. I Still Love You, however the title of the movie is yet to be revealed. The sequel of the movie will also explore the character of  John Ambrose McClaren, the name which we heard by Condor in the last second of the twitter video.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before  directed by Susan Johnson is streaming on Netflix.

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