Will There Be A ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel?

On August 17 Netflix dropped their highly anticipated teen romantic-comedy To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.

The movie is based on the book of the same title by Jenny Han. It follows junior Lara Jean (Lana Corder) whose life gets shaken up when five love letter she wrote to her current and past crushes get mailed. One love letter gets sent to Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), a hot jock who recently just got dumped by resident mean girl and Lara’s ex-BFF, Genevieve. Another letter got sent to her neighbor Josh Sanderson (Israel Broussard), who was just dumped by Lara’s oldest sister.

In an attempt to cover up her feeling for Josh and Peter to make his ex-girlfriend jealous, the two decide to fake date. Cue all the romantic comedy shenanigans.

The way the movie ended has fans assuming a sequel is in the future. Beware of spoilers from here on!

Lara wrote five letters that were all sent out. Peter and Josh got one. Lucas James from homecoming received his and gave it back to Lara and came out to her. The last two letters were sent to Kenny from camp, which she addressed to their old camp so it was returned back to the sender and John Ambrose from Model U.N. from the fifth grade.

During the credits right after Lara and Peter decide to real date John shows up at Lara’s door. Thankfully her younger sister Kitty answers. But then the movie just ends, leaving viewers wondering what the hell is happening!

So will there be a sequel? Here’s everything you need to know about the sequel.

Is a sequel a possibility?

Yes, a sequel is definitely feasible considering the book has two sequels. The second book P.S. I Still Love You that is about Peter, Lara and John and what goes down the summer going into their senior year. John’s presence and Peter’s ex-girlfriend Genieve put a strain on Lara and Peter’s new relationship. Lara’s dad also gains a love interest in the sequel.

The third novel, Always and Forever, Lara Jean and it deals with Lara in her senior year of high school, prepping for college and of course boys.


Is the sequel happening though?

Right now, no. Netflix hasn’t greenlit the sequel. It’s also unsure if the production company, Overbook Entertainment, that produced To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before has the rights to the sequel. According to Deadline Hollywood, it isn’t detailed if Will Smith’s production company only bought the rights to the first book or the entire trilogy.


Will they turn the third book into a movie too?

According to director Susan Johnson, yes. She told Metro that if the sequel gets picked up they would film both back-to-back, to make sure the cast stays the same and within the same age as their characters.

“We thought about it while we were casting the movie,” Johnson said. “And we know we would only get a few more years of teenage years out of these guys anyway. So we sort of were prepared for it.”


Is the cast down for a sequel?

Yes, they keep posting on their social media platforms about doing a sequel. They’re encouraging fans to watch the movie on repeat so Netflix will give them the green light.

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So obviously there is no release date yet because the film isn’t even green lit, let alone began filming.

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