Rom-com fans everywhere can rejoice because they're one step closer to getting more romance very soon. The Netflix hit movie To All the Boys I've Loved Before is getting not just one, but two sequels, and because filming on the third movie is wrapping up now, fans will probably get to see it in the not-too-distant future. However, the end of filming also means the stars of the movie have to say goodbye to their beloved characters and castmates, and that's pretty sad. With that in mind, brace yourself before looking at Janel Parrish's To All The Boys I've Loved Before 3 Instagram, because it will probably melt your heart.
TATBILB was such a huge hit among audiences after its release in August 2018 that Netflix decided to make two more movies about Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky's love story. The first movie is based on the first book in a trilogy by Jenny Han, so luckily there were two other pieces of source material to use for the additional movies. In August 2019, Netflix announced the sequel, To All the Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You, would be released on Feb. 12, 2020. It was also announced that the third movie, Always and Forever Lara Jean, was being filmed. Since production on the two movies occurred back to back, that means the cast and crew have been in TATBILB overdrive mode. Most recently, the cast was filming in Seoul, South Korea, which is where Parrish wrapped filming her TATBILB character for the last time. She posted a sweet Instagram in honor of the occasion:
Parrish posted several photos from on set, including an adorable snapshot of herself with her co-stars Lana Condor and Anna Cathcart, who play her sisters in the movies. Along with the photo, she wrote a heartfelt caption:
That’s a wrap on @toalltheboysnetflix#alwaysandforeverlarajean. What can I say...to have done these three movies as Margot has been a dream I can’t believe is over. So grateful for all of it, but to have closed out the trilogy in Korea with these ladies as been so special.
Parrish specifically thanked Condor and Cathcart for being her family throughout the whole TATBILB experience. She said, "To my Covey sisters: I’m forever your big sister. Grateful this film brought us into each other’s lives." She also gave a special shoutout to Sarayu Blue, who joined the cast for the sequel movies. Parrish called Blue "the soul sister my heart has found."
Parrish finished out her message with a shoutout to the crew and to all the TATBILB fans:
To everyone who worked on the film: thank you. To the fans: can’t wait for you to see what we’ve been cooking up for you. We love you, always and forever.
The first installment of the TATBILB movies follows the beginning of Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) and Lara Jean Covey's relationship. A scheme that involves them pretending to be a couple leads to some real feelings for each other, and what ensured became one of this decade's great high school love stories. The next two movies will follow the progression of their relationship as they deal with challenges like love triangles and the distance going off to college might bring. Fans will get to see it all unfold when P.S. I Still Love You comes out on Netflix just in time for Valentine's Day 2020.