Noah Centineo is looking forward to the sequel to All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Noah Centineo is looking forward to the sequel to All the Boys I've Loved Before

Noah Centineo, star of the teen romantic comedy For All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, confessed to looking forward to recording the film’s sequence for a very cute reason. According to the actor in an interview with People, he misses Lana Condor, the interpreter of Lara Jean, his romantic partner in the film, and wants to see her soon.

“Are you kidding me? I’m super excited (for the sequel). I’d love to do a sequel – that would be amazing, man. First because it’s a great story and it needs to be finished. The story has to be told. Second because I miss the Lana. “

Soon after, he quotes other cast members: “I miss Lana, Israel, Trezzo and everyone very much. I can’t wait to see everyone and go out together again. It was a treasure to be in Vancouver with them.”

In the film, Lara Jean Song Covey fell in love with five boys throughout her life. The young woman wrote a letter to each one, exposing all their feelings and everything they never had the courage to say personally. All of them are properly stored in a box. But to her amazement, the letters ended up being mysteriously sent and now Lara is in a panic.

Although the main star is eager to record a sequel and it has already been confirmed, there is no premiere date for the continuation of the franchise inspired by the eponymous books by Jenny Han.

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