To All The Boys: Always And Forever Trailer Teases The End Of Lara Jean’s Story

To All The Boys: Always And Forever

by Ben Travis |
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Netflix’s 2018 film To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before might be the quintessential Gen-Z teen rom-com, carrying on the tradition of Sixteen Candles, Clueless, 10 Things I Hate About You and Easy A with a hooky narrative (teen girl Lara Jean Song Covey writes love letters to her crushes and stashes them in a private box – until her little sister posts them all out) and loveable characters. And while last year’s follow-up, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, didn’t quite live up to the first chapter, it was still a charming continuation of the story. Now, Netflix is preparing to bid farewell to one of its flagship film series with trilogy-capper To All The Boys: Always And Forever, closing out Lara Jean’s story. Take a look at the first trailer:

Where the second film threw up roadblocks for the relationship between Lara Jean (the delightful Lana Condor) and heartthrob Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) with the introduction of Jordan Fisher’s sensitive John Ambrose, this final chapter looks to bring in all the key end-of-school dramatics: prom, college applications, and the question of what comes after graduation. In this case, it seems that both Lara Jean and Peter are planning on attending Stanford together – but there’s the small matter of actually getting in. Will they stay together, go their separate ways, head to college together elsewhere, do long-distance? It all hangs in the air. Elsewhere, the trailer shows Lara Jean visiting South Korea and New York, and teases more classmate exploits at Adler High School. This one is directed by Michael Fimognari, who shot the film back-to-back with P.S. I Still Love You.

Most importantly, the trailer confirms that Always And Forever is out in just over a month’s time, coming to Netflix on 12 February – just in time for a lockdown Valentine’s Day binge-watch. Since the first two were really endearing, the end of Lara Jean and Peter’s story would make for a pretty solid V-day plan – always and forever, Empire.

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