The final movie in Netflix’sTo All the Boystrilogy looks like a bittersweet ending to Lara (Lana Condor) and Peter’s (Noah Centineo) love story.
Based on the best-selling YA series by Jenny Han, the first movie came out in 2018 and quickly buzzed to popularity. In the first movie — To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before— five letters that Lara penned to crushes end up in the hands of their recipients. In order to save face, Lara and Peter begin to pretend to date … but catch feelings along the way.
Graduating high school isn’t the end of the world unless you’re starring in a literal teen rom-com and millions of people will literally never recover if you break up.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever catches up with Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) in their final year of high school, facing the prospect of heading to the same college or going their separate ways. The trailer which acted as Netflix’s surprise announcement for the film’s release date oozes nostalgia, not just for this part of the characters’ lives (big High School Musical 3 energy), but for the sweet little film series that stole the hearts of millions of Netflix users and we will continue to cherish, always and forever.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever hits Netflix Feb. 12