However, things aren't looking very hopeful for a fourth movie, according to those involved in making it. Still, never say never, right?
Warning: To All The Boys 3 spoilers ahead.
To All The Boys 3 sees Lara Jean and Peter deciding to stay together while heading to universities 3,000 miles apart on opposite sides of the country. Of course, some fans are hoping to see what becomes of the pair once they end up at college (Will they really stay together? Will they break up?), but it's not looking 100% likely that we'll see a fourth instalment.
Probably the biggest barrier to a fourth movie is the fact that there are only three books in the trilogy that the films are based on. Writer Jenny Han has previously said of the third book, "I think this is where I leave Lara Jean. In my mind, these characters are still out there doing their thing, but I'm no longer there to watch it happen."
"I don’t think it's the end of her story. I just think it's the end of me being there for it," she said in an interview with Bookriot.
Still, could we see a fourth Netflix film, despite there not being any more books? Noah Centineo, who plays Peter, isn't sure either.
In an interview with Girlfriend, he revealed, "I feel content. I think of all the ways to say goodbye to a character, I think the way that we've done it in the third film, it feels good to me."
"I think we poured everything that we had into these characters in this universe. And, I don't think there's much left. So I just hope that people that watch the film, the fans, the people that brought it to where it is today, I hope that they receive it and are happy with it," he continued.
Still, whether a fourth film happens or not, that hasn't stopped Lana Condor from speculating on what might become of her character.
She told Girlfriend, "We leave her [Lara Jean] off in the third movie very much ready to step into the world. She's gonna live in New York by herself, and it takes a very specific person to do that. I think she's ready to just leap and find herself and even more so than she already has.
"I hope that she's in publishing or some sort of literature medium, I hope that that's her future and her profession."
Here's hoping that we see some kind of glimpse into Lara Jean's future, even if it's in our own imagination...
To All the Boys: Always and Forever is available to watch on Netflix now.
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