To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before fans only have to wait five more months before Netflix releases its eagerly-anticipated sequel. Adding to the excitement is Jordan Fisher who is offering some major details about the film, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You.
The second chapter of Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky’s (Noah Centineo) three-part love story will see Fisher as John Ambrose McClaren. Something that will complicate things between our beloved duo as they get caught in a love triangle. John Ambrose is, after all, Lara Jean’s first Love.
Fisher was in attendance at the 31 Nights of Halloween Fan Fest hosted by Freeform. At the event, the stage and on-cam actor spoke to Entertainment Tonight about the sequel’s juicy plotline.
“John Ambrose shakes the table up just by being somebody in Lara Jean’s eyes,” he said. “I think Lara Jean giving any attention to anybody but Peter Kavinsky is already a big deal.”
So how will our favorite gal Lara Jean deal with all this and what does John Ambrose mean to her? Fisher tells ET:
“I think what she goes through — recognizing how important John Ambrose was to her and how he was her first love and he was the first letter that she wrote, there’s so much that comes back in a blink of an eye for her. That alone shakes everything up.”
Fisher teases that even fans will catch themselves hoping for Lara Jean to end up with John Ambrose because of his “likability.” We’ll soon see Lara Jean and Peter’s romance take an interesting turn when the movie drops on Netflix February 12, 2020.