Raise your hand when you’re not fairly able to say goodbye to Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky
Bless Jenny Han and Netflix for giving us all of the candy escapism that’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before franchise, which follows highschool sweethearts Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky as they navigate their love story. Each film completely encapsulates what old flame is all about and it’s entertaining for teenagers and adults alike. Today, the trailer for the ultimate film, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always And Forever, and it appears to be like prefer it’s gonna be an emotional conclusion to the beloved sequence.
What started as a easy faux romance in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (the finest trope, as lately demonstrated in Bridgerton) between two youngsters quickly blossomed into the candy, difficult, tremendous emotional full bloom of old flame. Lara Jean and Peter have had their ups (the pocket-twirl and sizzling tub scene come to thoughts) and their downs (the looks of the charming John Ambrose McClaren within the sequel, P.S. I Love You, and Peter’s ever-present, spiteful ex-girlfriend).
It appears to be like like the ultimate movie, Always and Forever, will probably be one large gut-punch of “WILL THEY BE OKAY? PLEASE TELL ME THEY’RE GOING TO MAKE IT” as Peter and Lara Jean determine the place they’re going to finish up after highschool. Peter’s headed to Stanford and Lara Jean plans to observe, although she ultimately seems to have some doubts about going to the identical faculty as her first and solely boyfriend. And then it appears to be like like she has no selection within the matter when Stanford rejects her.
Distance is rarely, ever simple in any relationship — notably one between two younger folks on the verge of maturity who’re lastly getting a style of what life is like past the cozy bubble of highschool and hometowns.
The superior forged, stunning imagery, sensible chemistry between Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, and the pleasant John Corbett as Lara Jean’s dancing dad within the trailer make it appear to be this will probably be an emotional, good conclusion to the film franchise primarily based on the favored YA guide sequence by Jenny Han.
So the place will Lara Jean and her beloved Peter find yourself? Will they make it work long-distance, or will they break up and determine who they’re individually? As Corbett advises Condor within the trailer, “You can’t save this relationship by not growing.”
The film premieres on Netflix on Feb. 12, simply in time for Valentine’s Day.