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Lara Jean is stuck at a fork in the road once again. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are back on the big screen for the last and final movie!
The trailer for the third movie has many emotions including doubt, fear, and of course, lots of love throughout the entire 2 minute and 40 second trailer.
Although, the big question is whether or not the high school sweethearts (I’m talking about Lara Jean and Peter here), will stay together even after graduation but before we talk about that, we have another crisis to tackle and that is, college applications.
The new trailer for To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever starts off at a sweet spot but since this is Netflix, there’s a quick turning point leaving Lara Jean questioning if she’ll get into the same university as her boyfriend.
Later in the trailer, Lara Jean and her classmates visit New York City on their senior trip and by no surprise, Lara Jean falls in love with the city and she quotes to Peter, “I could really see myself living there you know?”
Stanford University is located in California, you see the dilemma too right?
The trailer abruptly ends with Lara Jean finding out and spilling to Peter that she did not get in to Stanford University which means where does this leave the two love birds and are they willing to except long distance?
To answer your question, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever drops on Netflix February 12th, just two days before Valentine’s Day!