Netflix Confirms Castings for ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Sequel
Netflix has confirmed the supporting cast for the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” sequel, which is set to release sometime this year. The film is based on the popular YA trilogy of the same name by New York Times Bestselling Author Jenny Han.
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The new confirmations include Madeleine Arthur (Big Eyes), and Holland Taylor (Legally Blonde, Two and a Half Men, Mr Mercedes). The duo will join Sarayu Blue (Blockers), Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish, Jordan Fisher, Ross Butler, and John Corbett. Arthur is reprising her role as Christine from the first To All The Boys movie. The original’s stars, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, will also be returning for the new movie.
The return of Lana Condor and Noah Centineo was part of the sequel’s big announcement back in 2018; Netflix confirmed the two lovebirds back in December with an exclusive promotional video.
Michael Fimognari is directing the sequel, working from a screenplay by Sofia Alvarez. Matt Kaplan is serving as a producer, with Robyn Marshall, Max Siemers, Jenny Han, Susan Johnson, Shelley Zimmerman, and Rebecca Glashow serving as executive producers. Kaplan produced the first “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.”
The sequel is currently in production and will be released by Netflix. The video streaming service hasn’t released an official trailer for the upcoming installment yet, so fans will have to wait a few more weeks while Netflix puts the big teaser together. Netflix hasn’t confirmed a premiere date for the sequel at this time, so once again, fans will have to stay tuned for the announcement. In the meantime, there’s always the original trilogy to re-read, or the first movie to watch again.
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