Netflix’s adaptation of Jenny Han’s 2014 young grown-up romance book, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was a moment achievement when it debuted on the streaming stage in 2018. The film favored us with the swoon-inciting romantic tale of Lara Jean Covey Song (Lana Condor) and well-known muscle head Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), which starts when Peter gets his hands on an affection note that Lara Jean wrote for him numerous moons back.
Considering the fame of the lighthearted comedy, Han and Netflix marked a deal to deliver two additional movies dependent on the novelist’s books. The continuation, titled P.S. I Still Love You, will show Lara Jean and Peter formally commencing their relationship; however they succumbed to each under falsification, the youthful couple is attempting to do things the correct way. They’re going to appropriately date and do every one of the things that genuine couples do: having their first genuine kiss, going on their first genuine date, beginning their first genuine battle.
Yet, no lighthearted comedy would be finished without the exemplary love triangle figure of speech, and in P.S. I Still Love You, the third side of that triangle is a man named John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher). John is one of the five young men that got a letter from Lara Jean, and for reasons unknown, the inclination is common he’s been holding a torch for our champion from the beginning.
On the off chance that you’ve read Han’s books, you realize that John is a considerable adversary for Peter. Also, since Lara’s touchy youth pulverize is being played by the triple danger Fisher, it will be that a lot harder for watchers to pull for Prince Kavinsky, sparkly warm darker eyes and screwy grin be cursed.
P.S. I Still Love You will be accessible for spilling on February 12, 2020.