Noah Centineo Wants A Fourth To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

And so do we.

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by Bonnie McLaren |
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If you haven’t already, then we highly recommend watching To All The Boys I Loved Before 2 on Netflix. In the second teen - but now cult - romcom, everything isn’t as easy for Lara Jean, as she is forced to choose between two boys, and recipients of her letters: Peter Kavinsky{ =nofollow}, her boyfriend, and the return of love interest John Ambrose McClaren. (Don’t worry - we won’t spoil the ending for you if you haven’t seen it yet.)

The third film has already been made, as the third and second movies were filmed back to back, but there could well be a fourth one in the works, that is if Noah Centineo - aka Peter Kavinsky - has his way. In the Feb. 20 episode of Variety and iHeart's podcast The Big Ticket, the actor said, ‘If Jenny Han writes a fourth book, sign me up!’ Quoting what Noah said, he author, Jenny, then tweeted a question-face emoji, and lead actress Lana Condor then added, ‘Slow claps all round.’ So please, let it happen somehow!

In the first film, the key character Lara Jean has a stash of hidden love letters sent to her former crushes by her little sister. Peter Kavinsky, one of the recipients of the letters, then fakes a romance with Lara to make his ex-girlfriend jealous - but surprise, surprise, things start to get tricky when they fall in love. The second film isn't quite so easy, when another of the letter recipients, John Ambrose McClaren, starts volunteering with Lara at Belleview Retirement Home - and she has to choose between the two boys.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before, P.S. I Still Love You is on Netflix.

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