Guess what? The To All the Boys series, based on Jenny Han’s YA trilogy, is getting a third installment—Always and Forever, Lara Jean.
The movie has already been filmed, but we don’t yet know when it will premiere. Since Han’s third book opens in the fall of Lara Jean’s senior year, some think we may get the final installment in August or September 2020.
We don’t know what exactly is going to happen in the third movie but from the looks of the IMDB page, it appears that the rest of the Covey family, along with LJ’s friend turned rival, Gen, and her BFF, Christine, will all be back. Janel Parrish told Entertainment Tonight that the eldest Covey sister will get more screen time in part three. “You will see a lot more Margot in the third movie,” she said. “You get to see a lot of family time in the third movie, which I love. I think it’s one of my favorite parts of the film is the bond between the sisters because I’m so close to mine and my family, so I love that.”
In the book version of Always and Forever, Lara Jean and Peter take on their next big challenge: senior year of high school. There’s prom to look forward to, but there’s also the looming threat of going away to college—what would that mean for Lara Jean’s relationship with Peter?
On the family side, wedding bells are ringing for her dad and their next-door neighbor, Ms. Rothschild. (The two started hitting it off in the second movie.) And, Lara Jean’s big sister, Margot, is coming home from school at St. Andrews for the big day.