We just can’t get enough of #Covinsky, can we? Barely four months after the initial release of romantic comedy To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix has just confirmed that a sequel is in the works – and yes, our favourite onscreen lovebirds Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are onboard for the next instalment!
In an official announcement posted on Lana Condor’s Instagram, the actress is seen pondering over what Christmas gift to get for her TATB costar, Noah Centineo, when she receives a FaceTime from the latter (also, is it just us or is Noah extra cute here?).
Channeling her inner Lara Jean Covey, she says excitedly, “I was literally just thinking about what to get you for Christmas. By the way, if we’re going to do this thing, we’re going to need a new contract.” She adds on, “I am so excited. It’s officially official. We are making the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel!”
And as if news of a sequel isn’t enough to get us all hyped up, Lana then takes a mysterious call and exclaims, “What? You’re going to make the perfect John Ambrose!” For the uninitiated, John Ambrose McClaren plays a major role in the upcoming sequel as Lara Jean’s childhood friend and possible love interest. In the previous film, the character is portrayed by Jordan Burtchett and Lana’s comment seems to be implying that they’ve recasted the role. Any guesses who the new John Ambrose might be?
There’s no word on the release date as of now, but we’ll be sure to keep you guys posted. Meanwhile, excuse us while we binge-watch TATB for the nth time…