To All The Boys: Always And Forever: Netflix’s New Drama Reveals Official Trailer

To All the Boys: Always and Forever
To All the Boys: Always and Forever has dropped its trailer and release date.

Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky are returning. And the most loved on-screen couple has made their debut in the new trailer. To all the boys’ third installation, “To All The Boys: Always And Forever,” is finally coming. Netflix has released its trailer and also the release date. And the fans can’t stop gushing over it. The tweets on social media are enough to tell us about their excitement. However, their happiness is equal to their sadness. As it will be the last film of the To All The Boys franchise, fans are not ready to say goodbye to it—same, guys, same. But, every good thing must come to an end. So, go ahead and get all the updates on the new film.

To All the Boys: Always and Forever
To All the Boys novel series by Jenny Han

“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” is an upcoming rom-com drama. Directed by Michael Fimognari, it stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in the lead roles. The movie is adapted from the 2017’s novel of the same name by Jenny Han. And is the sequel to To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You. Moreover, it is the third and final part of the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before film franchise.

The first part was released in August 2018 and was an immediate success, especially among the teens. Following the success, To All The Boys P.S I Still Love You came out in February 2020. And now the third part is on its way as well. And we must tell, it’s coming super soon.

To All The Boys: Always And Forever Release Date And Cast

“To All The Boys: Always And Forever” is releasing on February 12, 2021. Exactly a year after the release of To All The Boys P. S I Still Love You. The teen romantic is dropping by at the right time, during the week of love, which makes it more perfect.

The film will make its grand premiere worldwide on Netflix. Both the previous parts are available to stream on Netflix as well. Being an original Netflix film, the film has gained more popularity outside the US. And we believe the same will happen with the final installment as well.

Netflix recently released its 2021 slate, and many other movies are set to debut in 2021. Besides, To All The Boys, The Kissing Booth is also releasing its final installment this year.

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The cast includes Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Obviously. They will play the high school sweethearts and the leads of the film, Lara Jean Song Covey and Peter Kavinsky. Anna Cathcart will be seen as Katherine “Kitty” Song Covey, Lara Jean’s playful little sister. Lara Jean’s elder sister, Margot Song Covey, who was majorly missing from the second part, will be back for the final ride. Margot is portrayed by Janel Parrish.

Ross Butler will be seen as Trevor Pike. Madelaine Arthur is reprising her role as Lara Jean’s best friend, Christine’ Chris’. Emilija Baranac will return as Genevieve “Gen,” she is Peter’s ex-GF and also Lara Jean’s former friend. Last but not least, John Corbett will also be seen in the film as Dr. Daniel “Dan” Covey- Lara Jean, Kitty, And Margot’s kind and cool dad.

To All The Boys: Always And Forever: Official Trailer

It’s here, it’s finally here. The official trailer is here, and the movie will be on our screens soon too. The final part will reduce many to tears. But, it will still be amazing to witness it one last time.

The emotional teen movie showcase many feelings throughout the previous parts. And we can feel the same happening with the last installment. The trailer begins with Lara Jean and her family vacationing in South Korea, as her late mother was from Korea. While spending the spring break there, we also see her video calling with her BF Peter and looking back at how it all started: The letters, The Diner, and the iconic Hot tub. She is now at the final stage of High school and is ready to go to college with Peter. Well, it is what they have thought. The couple wants to go to Stanford, but it seems Lara is having second thoughts. Moreover, we see that she has been rejected, which has caused misunderstandings between Lara and Peter.

Besides the tension between the couple, we see them enjoying themselves along with their friends, preparing for Prom, and having the time of their lives. We are sure that among the chaos and problems, Lara Jean and Peter will surely find their happy ending. They always do.

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