To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, the smash hit film which everyone in this office has screamed at me for not having watched, will officially receive a sequel on Netflix.
In a giddy little video announcement, stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo have a squee over the news they’ll be returning for Round Two.
Rightfully so, too. The delightful rom-com was a huge success for the streaming giant, and was even revealed to be one of the most rewatched flicks on the entire platform. It’s good bloody news for the young guns, and fans of wholesome and nice content.
It’s official: @lanacondor & @noahcent will star in a “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” sequel! #ToAllTheBoysSequel pic.twitter.com/DIHN4xVAqs
— Netflix (@netflix) December 19, 2018
Notably, the clip also hints at the next appearance of one John Ambrose McClaren, a potential suitor for Lana’s protagonist Lara Jean Covey.
The character made a cameo appearance in the credits for the first film, where he was played by Jordan Burtchett.
The new clip suggests McLaren will be back to discuss his letter from Lara Jean, in keeping with author Jenny Han’s original novel series.
There’s no set date for the sequel’s appearance, but production will have to slot around the stars’ new projects. Since To All The Boys… hit screens, Condor has kicked ass in upcoming series Deadly Class, and Centineo was picked to, uh, also kick ass in The Valet.
Screenwriter Sofia Alvarez and producers Matt Kaplan and Dougie Cash will return. No word on a director just yet, but we’ll keep you posted.