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A Sequel for 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' Is Definitely Happening... With a New Title?

A Sequel for 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' Is Definitely Happening... With a New Title?

It’s finally official – Netflix has greenlit a sequel to the hit movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before… and we’ve learned that a new title is in the works for the second movie!

Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, and Israel Broussard led the cast of the first film. No casting has yet been confirmed for the sequel.

The upcoming sequel will be the first movie produced within a new partnership between Netflix and Paramount.

Paramount’s parent company Viacom recently acquired AwesomenessTV, the company that produced the original. Viacom CEO Bob Bakish says that the sequel “might have a sexier title over time,” according to Deadline.

Fans have been clamoring for a sequel following the massive success of the first film, which is “one of the most-viewed films of all time on the platform.”

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Noah Centineo & Israel Broussard Flirt With Lana Condor Using Cheesy Pick-Up Lines (Video)

Noah Centineo & Israel Broussard Flirt With Lana Condor Using Cheesy Pick-Up Lines (Video)

Noah Centineo and Israel Broussard are battling it out for Lana Condor‘s love!

The To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before co-stars teamed up for a new Netflix video called “Charm Battle,” in which the guys take turns churning out cheesy pick-up lines as Lana gives them points.

“Do I know you? You look a lot like my next girlfriend,” Noah smoothly says.

Other lines, like Israel‘s “Kiss me if I’m wrong, but dinosaurs still exist right?” didn’t work out quite as well!

At the end, Lana hilariously remarks, “I felt most comfortable listening to it from Noah!”

Watch below, and be sure to watch To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix if you haven’t yet.

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NOAH CENTINEO FLIRTS WITH LANA CONDOR | Charm Battle | Netflix

Here's Why Josh Wasn't A Big Part of Lara Jean & Peter's Love Story in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Here's Why Josh Wasn't A Big Part of Lara Jean & Peter's Love Story in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

In the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before book, Josh had a much bigger part in Lara Jean and Peter’s love story, forming that love triangle.

However, in the movie, he’s not as heavily featured, and we finally found out the reason.

Director Susan Johnson explained to ET that she’d like to see of that in the possible sequel.

“It wasn’t avoided but it was certainly cut down in post,” she shared. “We had shot a little bit more than was there and we shot a resolution to that storyline, but at the end of the day, if we wanted to keep the momentum going for the chemistry that was taking over the film between Peter and Lara Jean, other things had to get cut down a little bit.”

She adds that “the character of Josh sort of got the short end of the stick a little bit, but there’s room to tell part of his story in the next movie even though he’s not so much in the second book.”

“There needs to be some resolution with that, but I’m Team Josh too because I love the boy [Israel Broussard] who plays him. It was a conscious decision on the part of Sofia [Alvarez], the writer, and Jenny [Han, author] and the others who developed the script because when I got it, there wasn’t too much more of Josh in that story, so I was a little surprised too.”

*Crossing fingers and all limbs even more for that sequel for more Josh*

READ MORE:
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This Picture of Lana Condor Helped Get Her The Part of Lara Jean in ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’

'To All the Boys' Star Israel Broussard is Sorry for His Old 'Inappropriate' Tweets

'To All the Boys' Star Israel Broussard is Sorry for His Old 'Inappropriate' Tweets

Israel Broussard realizes he messed up with some of his past tweets and he is now apologizing.

The 24-year-old actor – who stars in the new Netflix movie To All The Boys I’ve Ever Loved - took to Twitter on Tuesday night (August 21) to apologize for his “insensitive” actions on social media.

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“I am deeply sorry for my inappropriate and insensitive words and likes on social media. I take full responsibility for my actions and I sincerely apologize. This has been a pivotal life lesson for me. I am dedicated to becoming a more informed and educated version of myself. – Israel,” Israel tweeted.

Some of the controversial tweets Israel posted involved calling the Black Lives Matter movement a “Division” while he also liked posts saying that the Sandy Hook massacre was “staged” to “traumatize” and “disarm the public.”

Noah Centineo Was Almost Cast As This Character in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Noah Centineo Was Almost Cast As This Character in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Noah Centineo is the perfect Peter in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and Israel Broussard is the perfect Josh.

However, their roles were almost switched, according to director Susan Johnson.

“When we did chemistry reads, I knew I loved Israel and I knew I loved Noah, but I wasn’t sure who would play which role,” she tells IndieWire.

She adds, “I initially was thinking of Noah for Josh, because I thought, ‘Oh, he seems like boy next door,’ but then once I saw Lana [Condor] and Noah’s chemistry I knew we had to go that direction. Israel was great with Janel [Parrish]. I thought that fit really well.”

Noah adds that he, and Israel, were both happy with which characters they were cast as.

“I’ve known Israel for almost seven years, and being able to work with him professionally, it was incredible,” he shared. “I remember we were talking about it when we got to Vancouver, where we shot the film.”

“We both were kind of laughing at the fact that we both felt that we could play either one, but we were both very happy with where we fell.”

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is streaming now on Netflix.