Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean Covey are coming back to Netflix in To All the Boys: Always and Forever. And this time, Lara Jean's facing a common dilemma for a high school senior; What comes next?
The trailer has officially been released, giving fans a sneak peek into the third installment of To All the Boys I've Loved Before, which will be available on Netflix starting on February 12th. Lara Jean, played by Lana Condor, must decide whether to attend Stanford University with her boyfriend Peter, played by Noah Centineo, or take her own path.
During a school trip to New York, Lara Jean realizes this could be the city for her, but what would that do to her relationship with Peter? What if she doesn't even get into Stanford? The trailer shows a rejection letter, but we just don't know which school it's from. Could their senior prom be the last of their time as high school sweethearts?
Other original cast members will also be returning, including John Corbett, Anna Cathcart, and more of our favorite characters. The romance between Lara Jean and Peter first sparked in To All the Boys I've Loved Before, which was released in 2018.
After Lara Jean's secret love letters somehow got delivered to all of her crushes, her life got a little messy, but in the end, she and Peter fell hard for each other and made things official. In the second movie, their relationship was put to the test when another recipient of Lara Jean's love letters came to town, leaving her head spinning. But still, their love proved strong enough to make it through anything.
There's no denying that the trailer for To All the Boys: Always and Forever is filled with emotions, and we're dying to know the fate of Lara Jean and Peter's relationship!