Lana Condor reveals what to expect from the third and final ‘To All The Boys’ film

Gregory Wakeman
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Peter Kavinsky and Lana Condor in To All The Boys

To All The Boys: P.S. I Love You might have only just been released on Netflix, but fans of the rom-com series are already looking ahead to the third and final installment of the trilogy. 

Luckily for them, filming on To All The Boys: Always And Forever has already concluded. Lana Condor, who portrays Lara Jean in the series alongside Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky, has now opened up about the film, which is set in their last year of high school. 

"It's her senior year, so she's trying to figure out actually what she's going to do for her future, like making choices for what’s right for you versus what you want in the moment because you want to stay with someone,” Condor told The Hollywood Reporter. “That's super difficult, right?”

Jordan Fisher and Lana Condor in To All The Boys: P.S. I Love You

Netflix is yet to confirm a release date for the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and To All The Boys: Always And Forever sequel, which means that Condor was reticent to say too much about it. But she did add, "What I can say is she faces some real, real life choices.”

“What I love about the third movie is she fully comes into her own. It's a full beginning, middle, end, and for me, that was great as an actor because I had all the time in the world to play and to grow and to feel good with the way that we ended things."

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Condor also opened up about how her character has evolved from the first film, insisting that she has become “more confident,” but still struggles to communicate.

So much so that, during the middle of production she “just wanted to scream” at her character as she struggled to come to terms with her feelings for both Kavinsky and Jordan Fisher’s John Ambrose, and say to her, “Just tell them.”

“But that's the lesson we’re trying to teach,” she continued. “It's really hard to have these tough conversations and to communicate. But ultimately, being truthful and straightforward is the way to go."

To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You is streaming on Netflix now.