'To All The Boys' Sequel Trailer Shows A Possible Love Triangle

Alisan Duran

Netflix has finally dropped the trailer to the highly anticipated sequel, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

The first trailer was released on Thursday, December 19. The movie is a followup to the hit 2018 romantic comedy, To All the Boys I've Loved Before. As can be seen in the trailer, Lara Jean (actress Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (actor Noah Centineo) begin officially dating after winding up together at the end of the first film.

The new couple went on a dinner date, attended a carnival, and even promised not to break each other's hearts, as was reported by Entertainment Tonight. Everything was sweet and smooth until John Ambrose McClaren, played by actor Jordan Fisher, came into the picture.

Lara Jean and John Ambrose met the same way she and Peter did. She accidentally dropped a jar full of candies. As she took a step, Lara Jean tripped and fell. John Ambrose came up to her and asked if she was okay and that if she knew who he was.

Lara Jean confirmed she did by saying his name. The new character is actually Lara Jean's childhood crush, who is rumored to make things awkward for the new couple in the second movie.

"Omg I am literally crying. I waited for this for so long. I cannot express my self right now. I am just so happy," wrote a fan.

"The song at the start is the same song that was played on the ski trip bus montage!! 'I Like Me Better' by Lauv!!" noticed one follower.

"Oooooooooooooh this is giving me chills!!! Lara Jean looks fabulous in that hanbok too," another fan commented.

"Woah woah woah woah. My heart can't take this," a fourth Instagrammer wrote.

In November, Condor shared with the same publication that Fisher's character will stir up some drama. She further stated that he has great acting skills as he can "stress people out" as he is "so good."

In April, it was reported that another new character is joining the sequel. It was revealed that Ross Butler would be taking on the role of Trevor Pike, Peter Kavinsky's best friend. To All the Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You hits Netflix on February 12.