Everyone stop what you're doing. Netflix has finally dropped the trailer to the final chapter of their To All The Boys trilogy, and basically? February can't come soon enough.
In the final instalment of the Netflix rom-com, Lara (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) are in their final year of high school. It shows Peter asking Lara to prom, jaunts to Seoul and New York City (no pandemic for them!), and talk of a long-distance relationship (dun dun dunnn). Have a watch of the trailer below.
The Netflix series is based on the best-selling books of Korean-American author Jenny Han, though the screenplay for To All The Boys: Always and Forever was penned by Katie Lovejoy. Alongside our two MVPs, the movie also stars Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Ross Butler, Sarayu Blue, Madeleine Arthur and John Corbett.
You probably remember the huge cultural moment that was Netflix's release of To All The Boys I've Loved Before in 2018. Actor Noah Centineo was dubbed 'the internet's boyfriend' and Netflix singled out the movie as one of their "most viewed original films ever", with "strong repeat viewing." Yep, no surprises there.
To All The Boys: Always And Forever drops on Netflix on February 12.
Written by Reena Gupta, a Melbourne-based writer at MTV Australia. Follow her on Twitter @purpletank.
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