In the first trailer for Netflix's To All The Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean (Lana Candor) must figure out what the future of her and Peter's (Noah Centineo) relationship looks like now that he got accepted to Stanford in California and she didn't. To complicate things even more, Lara Jean seems to be falling in love with New York City — 3,000 miles away!
Katie Yu / Netflix Peter (Noah Centineo) and Lara Jean (Lana Candor) in To All the Boys I've Loved Before: Always and Forever.
"I could really see myself living there," she tells Peter in the trailer.
"We both know what 3,000 miles would do to us," he replies.
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But Lara Jean knows she can't base her future entirely around where her high school sweetheart will be attending college. "Will I look back in 20 years and wonder if I made the wrong choice?" she contemplates.
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Lara Jean's sisters, played by Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish, help guide her in the third movie, as does her dad (John Corbett) and his new girlfriend (Sarayu Blue). And of course, Lara Jean's best friend Chris (Madeleine Arthur) stands by her side for their final year of high school.
The upcoming To All The Boys film, which the cast filmed back-to-back with the second movie, marks the final installment in the franchise based on Jenny Han's young adult series.
To All The Boys: Always and Forever premieres February 12 on Netflix.