"To All The Boys I've Loved Before 3": Release (Major Timezone), Casts' Bios, Plot and Notes before Watch
"To All the Boys 3: Always and Forever" arrives on February 12
To All the Boys I've Loved Before was released on August 17, 2018, while To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You debuted on February 12, 2020.
As mentioned above, the usual Netflix 12AM PT release time will correspond with the time in your country. Find the release times for a handful of major time zones below:
United States (PT) - 12:00 am
United States (ET) - 3:00 am
Brazil (Rio De Janiero) - 5:00 am
United Kingdom (GMT) - 8:00 am
Europe (France, Spain, Germany etc) - 9:00 am
Japan (Tokyo) - 5:00 pm
Australia - 4:00 pm (Perth), 7:00 pm (Sydney)
New Zealand (Auckland) - 9:00 pm
To All the Boys 3 will pick up after the events of To All the Boys 2 and will see Lara Jean and Peter continue their relationship while waiting to find out if they get into the same college. Spoiler alert: It's revealed in the trailer that Lara Jean did not get into the same college as Peter. The trailer also teases a senior trip to New York City, which looks like it has a huge impact on Lara Jean's big college decision.
The plot of the To All the Boys series isn't inherently boundary-pushing-and ironically, that's what makes it so ground-breaking. It's a classic rom-com in almost every way, and while Lara Jean's Asian-ness is never forgotten, she also isn't burdened with the stereotypes and stigmas that so often fall on characters of colour. As series author Jenny Han explained when the series was first adapted for film, "People didn't understand why the main character needed to be Asian. I explained to them that it wasn't that she needed to be Asian, it's that she was," she said. "There doesn't need to be 'a point' to her being Asian. She just is."
Main Casts' Bio
Who is Lana Condor- casting Lara Jean
Lana Therese Condor, popularly known as Lana Condor, who is an actress, hailing from America. She was born on 11th May 1997, Vietnam where she raised and grew up along with her siblings and parents. She is mainly known for the role of Jubilee played in the film named "X-Men Apocalypse" which was released in 2016. Additionally, she has worked in various television series named "Deadly Class" aired in 2019.
Initially, she lived in an orphanage in Can Tho, Tran Dong Lan. Later, she was adopted by her foster parents, hailing from America. She then started living with her foster parents named Mary Carol, and Bob Condor. She has a brother named, Arthur.
|NETFLIX Lana Condor as Lara Jean in To All the Boys 3: Always and Forever.|
Lana Condor got Ballet dance classes, under the guidance of Joffrey Ballet from The Rock School of Dance Education. Also, she studied from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Additionally, she dances with the Los Angeles Ballet. Also, she got training in theatre plays.
In 2014, she became a theatre scholar at the California State Summer School for the Arts. In 2015, she did graduation from Notre Dame Academy, Los Angeles, USA.
Lana Condor started her career with a debut film "X-Men: Apocalypse" which was released in 2016. In the film, she appeared as the Mutant Jubilee which was directed by Bryan Singer. In the same year, she worked in Peter Berg's drama film named "Patriots Day", depicting the events and aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombing.
In 2017, she worked alongside Julia Jones and James Franco in the romantic thriller film named "High School Lover". In the same year, she appeared as Lara Jean Covey in Netflix romantic drama film titled "To All the Boys I've Loved Before". It was directed by Susan Johnson and based on the young adult novel with the same name. For this role, Lana Condor earned a nomination for a Teen Choice Award.
In 2019, she also portrayed the role of the assassin Saya Kuroki in Syfy's action-drama series named "Deadly Class" which was based on the comic book series written by Rick Remender.
Also, she worked in a science fiction film named "Alita: Battle Angel" which was produced by James Cameron. In the film, she appeared as Koyomi, directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Alongside this, she also voiced for the role of Kaoru in the animated series named "Rilakkuma and Kaoru and worked alongside Joseph Cross in the rom-com movie named "Summer Night".
She is a great YouTube star and launched her YouTube channel in 2020. She has 475,000 subscribers and more than 9.8 million views on the channel.
Who is Noah Centineo - casting Peter Kavinsky
Noah Centineo is an American actor. He was born on May 9, 1996, in Miami, Florida, USA. He made his movie debut with the movie The Gold Retrievers in the year 2009 and in tv serials with the serial Austin & Ally in 2011. Noah became famous after he did the serial The Fosters.
Noah Centineo also appeared in Netflix series To All the Boys I've Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser. His father name is Gregory Vincent Centineo and mother name is Kellee Janel. Noah also has an elder sister Taylor. He did his schooling from BAK Middle School of the Arts, and Boca Raton Community High School.
In 2016 he came into a relationship with Angeline Appel. Angeline Appel is also an actress who appeared in Shameless and Happyland. Noah has a Net Worth of $2 million (Approx).
What did the casts say about "To All The Boys: Always And Forever"
The third and final installment, To All The Boys: Always And Forever, hit the streaming platform on February 12 where viewers were finally able to see how the teenage love story between Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) ends.
Speaking about the end of an era, both Centineo, 24, and Condor, 23, expressed a range of emotions as they close this chapter in their careers - while dishing on the film's ending.
Inspired by Jenny Han's novels, the movie adaptations have become wildly popular with teens and adults, alike, since the first film To All the Boys I've Loved Before debuted on Netflix in 2018.
|"To All the Boys 3: Always and Forever" features main casts of the previous sequels.|
In the latest film, the characters transition from high school to adulthood, where Lara Jean is left with a tough decision - follow her heart and attend the college of her dreams or stay geographically close to Peter.
Though the ending of the movie seems to deviate a bit from the book, Condor told ET that she 'loved it.'
'It was very important for me when we were starting to talk about the third movie… that the choices she makes are about her future and her future as a young woman going out and living her life.'
'I really appreciate that at the end of the film, it feels very satisfying for me to see her make a choice on her own and step out into the world on her own. And she follows her heart in a new way,' she added.
Notes before watching "To All The Boys: Always And Forever"
Peter And Lara Jean's Romance Started Off Fake
Peter is the reason that Lara Jean first discovers that all her letters have been sent out. He confronts her about them, and then Josh shows up carrying his letter. Lara Jean kisses Peter so Josh will leave before they can discuss the letter. The kiss sparks an idea in Peter's head. He wants to make his ex-girlfriend Gen (Emilija Baranac) jealous and Lara Jean needs to keep Josh away from her, so Peter suggests they fake a romance.
This new fake romance comes with a set of rules, including no kissing, a future ski-trip, and love letters from Peter.
Peter's Relationship With Ex-Girlfriend Gen Caused Trouble In His Romance With Lara Jean
Despite being broken up, Gen still holds a special place in Peter's heart. She was his first everything, except maybe kiss. This presents a constant issue for Lara Jean and Peter's relationship. In To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Peter starts his fake romance with Lara Jean with the intention of having it help him get Gen back. Therefore, Lara Jean is confused about Peter's feelings for her. In the second movie, Peter continues to have a friendship with Gen, despite Lara Jean being his girlfriend.
He also doesn't tell Lara Jean everything going on with Gen and him. This creates some distrust, insecurity, and miscommunication in Peter and Lara Jean's relationship. To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You seemed to offer some resolution to the Gen, Peter, and Lara Jean drama. Lara Jean admitted that she was the one being obsessed with Peter's past with Gen, not him.
Gen and Lara Jean also seemed to have a moment of understanding and forgiveness towards the end of the film. This may mean the Gen, Lara Jean, and Peter drama is not an issue in To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
John Ambrose Tried To Sweep Lara Jean Off Her Feet In To All The Boys 2
Another problem in Lara Jean and Peter's romance was other letter recipient John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher). In To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You, John Ambrose and Lara Jean end up volunteering at the same senior residential home, Belleview. Being together, Lara Jean starts to remember why she liked John Ambrose so much when they were younger, and wonders if he may be the boy for her.
However, they share a kiss at the end of P.S I Still Love You and Lara Jean goes running back to Peter. Slight book spoiler coming up… John Ambrose is barely in Jenny Han's third book in the To All the Boys series. He makes a brief appearance but nothing significant, except giving Team John fans hope that Lara Jean and he will end up at college together at some point in the next four years. So it's unlikely that John Ambrose will be in the third film. He may only appear if Lara Jean is still volunteering at Belleview. In the book, he didn't volunteer there. He was Stormy's (Holland Taylor) grandson and that was his connection to Belleview.
We'll have to wait to see if To All the Boys: Always and Forever gives John Ambrose a cameo appearance, keeps him out of Always and Forever, or makes his part bigger in the final film. The second and third films were filmed together, so there is a chance that director Michael Fimognari utilized having Jordan Fisher already on set.
Peter And Lara Jean Were Still In The Early Stages Of Their Relationship By The End Of To All The Boys 2
The timeline between the first two films suggests that they happened anywhere from a few weeks to a few months apart. However, To All the Boys: Always and Forever takes place in Lara Jean and Peter's senior year. The first film starts off at the beginning of junior year, which means Lara Jean and Peter have been dating about a year or longer in the third film. Their relationship is very much established. To All the Boys: P.S I Still Love You ended with Lara Jean saying that this was just the beginning of her story with Peter, and with them very much happy and in love.
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