Peter Kavinsky lovers, rejoice: Netflix confirmed itÆs making a sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before with a very adorable Instagram that features both Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo). This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. To All the Boys is based on a novel trilogy by Jenny Han, after all, and the success of the first movie almost guarantees a second one could happen.
But here’s the question: What would happen in this second film? The first movie took a few creative liberties and tied everything up in a neat bow, presumably in case a second one wasn’t in the cards. By the end of the movie, Lara Jean and Peter are happily together. That doesn’t happen in the books, though. Instead, Lara writes Peter a letter that’s delivered in the second novel, P.S.: I Still Love You. It’s after this that Lara and Peter share a steamy hot tub kiss that goes viral—but as you know, this all happened in the first movie. So where would things pick up for chapter two?
“Jenny constructed a book trilogy starting with Lara Jean alone in her room, reading romance novels and fantasizing about what it means to be in love, to getting that, and now [in the sequel], dealing with it,” director Michael Fimognari recently told Entertainment Weekly. “And we still have the little drop in the pond that was created in the first movie, which is these love letters that got sent out, and the ripple of that gets to come back.”
Here’s what we know about the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel so far.