Netflix’s ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel Trailer Is Here And I’m Not Crying You Are
The To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You trailer just dropped and honestly, return all my Christmas presents because this is the only gift I need.
STOP. PAUSE CHRISTMAS.
Netflix just released the first trailer to the highly-anticipated sequel of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before – an intellectual masterpiece that followed the high school love story of Lara Jean Convey and Peter Kavinsky.
The film takes place right after the first, and follows Lara Jean and Peter attempting to finally date as a real-life couple.
The trailer opens with Lara jean telling her bae, “This is my first date”, to which Peter replies “We’ve gone on a bunch of dates?”. Convey, however, is quick to remind Peter that their entire relationship was fabricated, hitting back with “Yeah, but those weren’t real”.
The trailer then proceeds to show a throwback montage of the film, going back “to where it all began.” We then get teased with some melt-worthy moments that includes romantic dates, a trip to the carnival, and a lantern lighting ceremony that’s oh-so-titillating.
However, at the end of the trailer we see a roadblock when Jordan Fisher, aka one of the recipients of Lara Jeans letters, makes an appearance. Is Lara Jean about to throw everything away with Peter for a love she once had, many, many years ago?
Check out the first trailer for To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You below:
The film will be released on Netflix on 12 Febuary, 2020, just in time for Valen(singles)tines Day.