Who’s ready for the finale of To All The Boys? To All The Boys: Always and Forever, the third and final film in the romantic comedy series, is based on Jenny Han’s novel, Always and Forever. On screen, Lana Condor plays Lara Jean, and Noah Centineo is Peter Kavinsky. Netflix is set to release the final film come February 12, 2021. And fans will be able to watch the complete To All The Boys trilogy on their platform. The trailer has just been posted, giving anticipating viewers an idea of what to expect for the ending Peter and Lara’s story.
The trailer begins with Lara on a family vacation in Korea, enjoying time with her sisters. After a FaceTime call with Peter, Lara reflects on how they met. She recalls the time at the diner from the first movie. At the same diner, they then reveal a scene of Peter asking Lara to the Prom with a plate of pancakes, and she of course says yes. However, moving forward, we get a peek into a few of the complications that will arise this year for the couple. Peter and Lara are expecting to attend Stanford University in California together after graduation. But on a school trip to New York City, Lara starts to have second thoughts on where she belongs. Flashing through the hard thoughts she now must face. The trailer then ends with Lara getting denied from Stanford University.
While doing an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lana Condor revealed that we will see a lot of personal growth from her character, Lara Jean, in this final film. “Our movies are romantic comedies, so they are a lot about the guys. But I do believe that the third movie is truly about Lara Jean,” she stated.
All in all, the trailer has done its part in getting viewers ready and excited. Sequels too often lose quality as they continue on, but To All The Boys, has kept fans captivated and eager for another release. Character growth is so important to keep the story evolving and fresh. And this finale promises to deliver that kind of quality we always hope for in these movies.