WRITTEN BY: Victoria Leese
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It’s no surprise that To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is getting a sequel. The Netflix movie based off of the best-seller by, Jenny Han, generated a lot of buzz. With characters relatable, and a storyline every rom-com lover could not refuse, it is one of Netflix’s top priorities.
The Hollywood Reporterannounced that it is on Netflix’s Top 5 list of things to do. The film is part of Paramount Pictures and Netflix’s multi-picture deal. A new twist on how the streaming company handles films. The book is a trilogy which means fans of the movies may just get more films.
No news on what the plot will be. But, there is rumors that the beloved character, Lara Jean’s final recipient, John Ambrose McClaren (who is her older sister, Margo’s, turned ex-boyfriend) will be a main focus point.
However, with the ending of TATBILB revolving around Peter and Lara Jean, it’s hard to imagine anything coming between the two.
In the books, McClaren enters back into Jean’s life where they rekindle their friendship as well as exchange letters. Han expressed her excitement regarding the sequel and the second book.
“There’s so many things in the second book that I would love to see in a sequel,” Han told Indiewire in a recent interview. “The whole reason why I wrote a second book was for the character of John Ambrose McClaren, who is a fan favorite, and he’s a favorite of mine too.”
Dates on production are still in the works, but should be dropped within the upcoming year.