To All The Boys I've Loved Before 2: Netflix Film's Trailer, Release Date And Cast
23 January 2020, 13:11 | Updated: 23 January 2020, 13:16
Netflix has finally revealed the release date for the much-anticipated sequel of To All The Boys I've Loved Before.
Netflix has finally dropped the trailer for To All The Boys I've Loved Before part two, and we can't wait to weep over the romcom just in time for Valentine's Day.
Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will make a return to our screens for another high school love story, but this time there's a love triangle!
Here's everything we know about the new movie so far...
When is To All The Boys 2 released on Netflix?
Netflix confirmed To All The Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You (catchy title) is coming to the streaming site on 12 February, 2020.
It was also revealed in August there would be a THIRD movie in the collection.
Who's in the cast with Lana Condor and Noah Centineo?
Lana Condor plays main character, Lara Jean, alongside Noah Centineo, who plays Peter.
Starring as Lara Jean's sisters in the hit Netflix movie is Janel Parrish (who plays Margot) and Anna Cathart (Kitty).
Fans might also recognise Lara Jean's dad - who is played by Sex And The City's John Corbett.
Another new addition is Jordan Fisher, who will be playing John Ambrose McClaren.
What will happen in the sequel?
The plot for the second movie will see Jordan Fisher's character John Ambrose capture Lara's attention as she considers the idea of having her junior school crush back in her life.
In the trailer, we see Lara struggling with the attention her boyfriend receives as she sees his locker overspill with cards on Valentine's Day.
"I thought having a boyfriend meant the idea of other boys disappears from your mind," Lara is heard saying.
What is To All The Boys I've Loved Before about and what will the sequel cover?
Adapted from Jenny Han's teen romance novel of the same name, To All The Boys I've Loved Before focuses on Lara Jean; a quiet teenager who is dealing with the loss of her mum - and high school drama.
Lara Jean has penned several love letters to her crushes throughout the years, but her shy nature means she's never really revealed to them how she feels.
Taking matters into her own hands, Lara's little sister Kitty (who is adorable and extremely witty) decides to send out the love letters - despite the fact some of them are years-old and one of them is addressed to her former BFF and older sister Margot's now-boyfriend. Awks.
At first, in an attempt to deflect from the potential drama that could be caused by the letter to her sister's partner, Lara pretends she has deep feelings for another one of the crushes she wrote a letter to (Peter).
This also works in Peter's favour, as he's trying to make his ex-girlfriend jealous.
However, in an *unpredictable* twist of fate, they start getting closer and developing feelings for one another.