To All the Boys Always and Forever trailer: Will Lara and Peter go separate ways?

The first trailer of Two All Boys: Always and Forever is out. The film is the third and final installment in the To All the Boy Loved Before series of teen romantic comedy films based on Jenny Han’s books.

Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Sentino) prepare to enter Stanford in the third film, starring Michael Fimognari, to be together. But Lara does not tell Peter that she has been rejected. And it may be that he is not too fond of the idea of ​​studying at Stanford.

After pleasant visits with her family and friends, she starts thinking harder about her future. Will she be able to carry on a long distance relationship? It appears that Peter cannot.

The trailer is about three minutes too long and reveals too much of the story, so you may want to stay away if you’ve already decided that you’re going to see the film.

The series depicts teenage relationships from the point of view of a good, shy young girl with a rare complexity. The third film continues this tradition, and if you have seen and liked the first two films, there is no reason why you should not stream it as soon as it becomes available. It carries the same themes and characters, with little development.

The official Synopsis of Two All Boys Always and Forever reads, “As Lara Jean Covey prepares for the end of high school and the beginning of adulthood, a pair of life-changing trips will bring her to life with her family, friends. Leads to rejuvenate. And Peter will look like after graduation. Directed by Michael Fimognari, the film stars Madeline Arthur with Lana Condor, Noah Sentino, Janelle Parish, Anna Cathart, Ross Butler, Sarayu Blue and John Corbett. “

To the All Boys: Always and Forever will stream on Netflix from February 12, 2021.

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