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A Third 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' Movie Has Been Confirmed

Production could even already be under way...

Exclusively released on Netflix in August 2018, To All the Boys I've Loved Before has become quite the phenomenon. The adventures (or rather misadventures) of Lara Jean were widely discussed on social media, and the romantic comedy is among the films most watched by a single user on Netflix in 2018, as well as the second most-watched movie of the year. 

The movie was so successful that the platform announced in December that a sequel would be made, this time adapted from the novel P.S. I Still Love You, also written by Jennie Han. Filming for the latest movie came to an end in May 2019. It'll feature Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky, of course, and will follow the complications affecting their relationship when Lara Jean attracts a new admirer… 

And as the saying goes, good things come in threes: while preparations for a second film continue, a third movie has now also been confirmed. According to Canadian website The Georgia Straight, the third film will also be an adaptation of a novel by Jennie Han. And a recent tweet from Noah Centineo, aka Peter Kavinsky, seems fairly explicit on the matter. 

For now, no information has been provided about the release date, although the third and final movie seems certain to be coming your way soon... 

 

Article translated by: Eleanor Staniforth

By Emma Ceccaldi, published on 12/07/2019

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