First-look trailer: Netflix’s ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ completes an ’emotional’ love story.
“To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” the third and final film in the popular trilogy based on Jenny Han’s young-adult novels upcoming Netflix film will be streaming Just in time for Valentine’s Day, On Friday Feb. 12 2021.
Director Michael Fimognari’s latest “To All the Boys” film, finds Lara Jean transitioning to adulthood and planning for what’s to come. She and her boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) dream of attending Stanford together, though when plans have to change, Lara Jean is forced to weigh what she feels is most important for her own life.
|The first two “To All the Boys” films revolved around Lara Jean’s relationships with the guys she likes, Condor says, but in the new movie “it’s really cool to kind of see her start to think about her future as an independent woman, regardless of whether or not maybe her relationships are going to follow with her.”|
Lara Jean, Peter and their friends – including her BFF Christine (Madeleine Arthur) and Peter’s bud Trevor (Ross Butler) – take a senior trip to New York City (which for Lara Jean means checking out NYU) and also go to prom. The movie begins, however, with Condor’s favorite part: a life-changing trip for Lara Jean to Seoul with her dad (John Corbett) and sisters Margot (Janel Parrish) and Kitty (Anna Cathcart) to learn where she’s from and more about her late mom.
Always and Forever stars Lana Condor as Lara Jean, Noah Centineo as Peter, Anna Cathcart as Kitty, Janel Parrish as Margot, John Corbett as Dr. Dan Covey, Madeleine Arthur as Christine, Ross Butler as Trevor, Emilija Baranac as Genevieve, Sarayu Rao as Trina and Trezzo Mahoro as Lucas. Each will be reprising roles from previous films in the series.