To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before based on the novel by Jenny Han was a pretty big hit for Netflix. The so-and-so romantic comedy definitely had a ton of bright spots that people would enjoy despite not really adding much to genre. Starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, the film which follows Lara Jean after some secret love letters get “leaked” sounds like something that any dumb teenager would gush over and perhaps even see a sequel.
The novel which is the first of Jenny Han’s trilogy, the other two being P.S. I Still Love You (Yeah, I know) and Always and Forever, Lara Jean sounds like something that’s begging for a film trilogy. Well, it looks like that could be possible as a sequel for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is in the works.
According to THR, this sequel comes in light of a new multi-picture deal that Paramount Pictures struck with Netflix which will see Paramount producing films specifically for the streaming service. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before wasn’t actually made for Netflix but was produced independently by Awesomeness (Yeah, I know) which in turn was sold to the streaming giant. The film was acquired by Paramount’s parent company Viacom in August but the sequel will likely retain the Awesomeness (What a juvenile name) banner.
This sequel is one of the first films being discussed for the Paramount-Netflix deal and it’s likely that we’ll see the stars reprising their roles. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was a pretty alright romantic comedy and it’s safe to say we can expect the sequel to be the same. Come on, it’s by no means going to be Before Sunset or anything but it’ll probably have enough charm to at least be a good time. As long as King Bach doesn’t come back cause god, that would be a nightmare.