To All The Boys: Always And Forever Trailer & Preview

To All The Boys: Always And Forever

Netflix has finally put an end to all our waiting and unveiled the beautiful love story. Now we have an official release date and trailer of the upcoming film “To All The Boys: Always And Forever.” Starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo in lead roles yet again, the third installment will be the last film of the series, based on the romantic trilogy. With an announcement made by the online streaming platform, both the films- “The Kissing Booth” and “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” will end in 2021. As far as we’re heartbroken at this announcement, we can’t help but wait for the third film of the “To All The Boys” series.

The trailer has already gathered all hearts from the viewers. It begins with a cute video call the protagonists, Lara Jean Covey and her boyfriend Peter Kavinsky, share. We see Lara Jean holidaying with her family in Korea. While on one hand, she is happy to be with spending time with her sisters, on the other, she can’t wait to see Peter once she gets back home. It’s hard for her to believe that a love story that began with a set of letters that were sent out has given her a relationship that has helped her grow and moreover made her happy. We then see Peter with a cute proposal where he asks Covey out for prom in the same diner that has played an important role in building up their relationship.

All the students are excited for their final year and enjoy it to the core. The couple is looking forward to ending the senior years on a beautiful note and begin their freshman year in college-together. Both of them have applied to Stanford, so they don’t have to opt for a long-distance relationship, but it all ain’t that easy. While Peter has got into Stanford, Covey still hasn’t been selected. As a part of their senior trip, the students visit New York City, and Covey imagines herself living there. This tears her apart being two choices- going to college with Peter and not going to college with him. Peter gets anxious at the thought of staying 3000 miles away. Her heart is stuck on the decision she wants to make for herself, but at the same time, she can’t let go of Peter. While she is in a dilemma, the world under her feet shifts when she doesn’t get into Stanford.

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A still from the film

Now, after getting together in the first part, winning each other’s love once again in the second part, it’s a tougher journey for the couple in the third installment. Having to stay miles apart, where will the relationship between the two go? Will Peter still be willing to go to Stanford? Will they be able to maintain the blissful ‘Covinsky’ love they share? Umm, we’ve waited quite a lot to get a sneak peek into this ‘all hearts’ film, and you won’t want us to spill all the secrets of the story right here. For the viewers who don’t know about the most anticipated movie, all three movies are based on Jenny Han’s best-selling novel trilogy “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.” So before you wait for the third and final film of the series to start streaming, do check out Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky’s journey in the previous two films.

“The Promposal”

Directed by Michael Fimognari, the film will star Anna Cathcart, Ross Butler, Jenel Parrish, Emilija Baranac, Madeleine Arthur, and various others in prominent roles, alongside Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. The film is scheduled to stream during Valentine’s week and will premiere on 12 February 2021 on Netflix.

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Suhani Rajpoot
I’m Suhani Rajpoot, an 18-year-old teen. I hail from Lucknow. I’m an aspiring pilot and a keen artist. I find poetry and writing as a way of self-exploration and a way to express different emotions through my eyes. My world revolves around my family, my hobbies, and a bunch of my friends.