Peter Kavinsky lovers, rejoice: Netflix is officially making a sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. 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 guaranteed a second one would happen.
The news is now officially official, though, thanks to a line in a story from The Hollywood Reporter about Paramount and Netflix inking a partnership deal. One of their first joint ventures, according to THR, will be the sequel to TATBILB.
But here’s the question: What’s going to happen in this second film? The first movie took 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 (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) are happily together, but that doesn’t happen in the books. Rather, 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 on their school’s ski trip that goes viral—but, as you know, this all happened in the first movie. So where will things pick up for chapter two?
That’s still a mystery, but here’s what we know about the sequel so far:
The title: If Netflix stays true to the books, it will be called P.S.: I Still Love You.
The director: Susan Johnson, who helmed the first one, will presumably lead the ship for the second installment because she posted about it on Instagram.
The cast: No one has been confirmed yet, but Centineo told Variety that “every single person involved in the making of [the first] film wants a sequel.” So expect to see some familiar faces.
The plot: According to HuffPost, Johnson told Entertainment Tonight the sequel would likely follow what happens in the novel version of P.S. I Still Love You (minus those creative liberties, of course).
Get excited, people!