All the boys I’ve loved 2 : in the first trailer with Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, unveiled by Netflix
Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are soon back on Netflix in their roles of Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky in the to all the boys I’ve loved 2. While the release date is scheduled for February 12, 2020, just before Valentine’s day, the trailer has just been unveiled. And we discovered the couple even more in love in the first pane. Until a big surprise comes in the life of the heroine.
A first trailer for all the boys I’ve loved 2
A few days ago, the first photos of the film all the boys I’ve loved 2 (To All the Boys ” P.S. I Still Love You in the original version) were unveiled. There was Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) gathered again and visibly in love. After revealing these images, Netflix has now posted a first official trailer on Thursday 19 December 2019 on YouTube.
All the boys I’ve loved 2 will be soon released on February 12, 2020 on Netflix and already, the shooting of all the boys I’ve loved 3 is completed. Before checking out the second installment of the saga romantic on the streaming platform, discover what awaits you in this sequel that promises much to love that twists and turns.
A video full of romance… and surprise
In the trailer, you can see Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), and Lara Jean (Lana Condor) on their first date as a couple. The heroine even wears a beautiful red dress for the occasion. Behaving in boyfriend’s ideal, it even offers a first gift to his sweetheart, a necklace with a locket. Everything seems to be going well between the lovers. They multiply the good times together, whether it be for a release of lantern in the sky or in which to enjoy the candy floss in a fairground. “I promise you, I’m not going to break your heart” promises even the hero. Except this is Lara who could slaughter one of his own. It reviews, by chance, John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), which was part of the boys to have received one of the 5 letters. And the feeling seems always so much to pass, despite the years.
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