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The preview sees Condor’s Lara Jean Covey and Centineo’s Peter Kavinsky navigating the future of their relationship after graduation. But when a pair of life-changing trips lead Lara Jean to reimagine her future, it isn’t exactly the plan she had in mind.
The trailer opens with Lara Jean on vacation with her family in Seoul, South Korea.
The preview features scenes from the original films that started it all for Lara Jean and Peter: “a letter, a hot tub and a diner.”
At said diner, Peter asks Lara Jean to prom, kicking off their last high school hurrah together. As for the future, it turns out that the couple both plan on heading to Stanford University in the fall.
The trailer moves on to a class trip to New York City, where Lara Jean falls in love with the city that never sleeps.
“I could really see myself living there, you know?” she tells Peter.
“We both know what 3,000 miles would do to us,” he responds, as Lara Jean contemplates the future.
“Will I look back in 20 years and wonder if I made the wrong choice?” she wonders.
The trailer finishes off with colorful scenes of Lara Jean and Peter enjoying their final days leading up to college — prom, graduation, late nights and dance parties — until that fateful moment.
“I didn’t get in,” she breaks the news of her Stanford admissions decision to Peter.
Michael Fimognari returns to direct the final installment of the trilogy, while Katie Lovejoy pens the screenplay and Matt Kaplan produces. Based on the novel Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han, the film also stars Ross Butler, Madeleine Arthur, Sarayu Blue and John Corbett.
To All The Boys: Always and Forever is set for release on Netflix on Feb. 12.
Watch the trailer below.
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