Earlier today, a quite boring report about multi-picture deals between Hollywood studio Paramount Pictures and streaming giant Netflix was published, which is all fine if you’re into reading about ~big business~ but for me, the eight words that stood out were: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel.
That’s right, in this article by The Hollywood Reporter that discusses major movie studios cutting deals to produce films for streaming services like Netflix and Apple, they casually drop in that the bigwigs at Paramount are looking at kicking things off with a sequel to only the greatest film of 2018 (I won’t take any other submissions at this time).
The report says:
One of the first movies being discussed for the Paramount-Netflix deal will be a sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (the first film was made by Awesomeness, which Viacom acquired in August, and the new movie likely will retain the Awesomeness banner).
That’s literally it. No other details — like a date, maybe??! — were contained in the article, and trust me I combed it for every little crumb of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel-related goodness.
It’s not the first time we’ve heard whispers of a To All The Boys sequel — earlier this month, star Lana Condor spoke about reuniting for a second movie, saying “the whole cast would love to do it”.
To be honest, all I care about is whether Noah Centineo is on board. If he is, then I am, baby!