To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before was a masterpiece, as everyone loved the story and its characters. It received amazing response from fans, making it a franchise. Now, we will be getting another film in the series, named “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” The film was in talks since a long time, as it was confirmed soon after the first film got success. Everyone was excited about it, as the production also started on time and majority of filming was done by 10 May 2019, which began on 27 March 2019.
The majority of the scenes were filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, as the school life of Lara Jean was filmed in Point Grey Secondary School. Additionally, a trailer was also launched on 19 December 2019, which was really interesting until we saw the flashback and then Lara Jean tripping and seeing John Ambrose McClaren. See it below:
Nobody would have expected a new plot twist, that too like this at the end of the trailer. We saw some cute scenes with the fan-favorite couple Lara Jean and Peter, but it all goes down to a new guy in her life. As the trailer says, the film is supposed to release on 12 February 2019. The series is not gonna wait for the stats of the second film performance, as they have already confirmed that the third film of this series is already on it’s way.
The third film is named “To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean,” which will be also released in 2020. Also, it would be surprising for the fans that the work on the second sequel started back in July 2019, right after the post-production of the second film. Therefore, it will be having a good seamless storyline experience for all the fans that are waiting for the film since a long time.
The film series is considered to be a trilogy, so it is supposed to end with the third film, as the books that it is based on is a trilogy. However, Netflix can extend its run too, as it has never been a stereotype to always follow the reference work for the streaming giant. So, expect the unexpected as we have two more films confirmed in the series, and high hopes for having even more.