To All The Boys: Lana Condor opens up about her fears for the sequel

Since the announcement of a sequel, we've been eating up every ounce of news to do with To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Now, Lana Condor has us shookth with the idea that a "major new love interest" is coming to the second instalment to shake up some trouble.

It's bound to make excellent watching but the storyline of Peter and Lara's relationship being compromised might not go down well with fans.

And this is exactly what Lana, who plays Lara, is worried about.


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Opening up to Elle, the actress spilt some secrets and her fears about the sequel.

"There's going to be a major new love interest," she told the publication.

"The first one was with Josh and Peter (Noah Centineo), but in the second movie it's going to be a major new character that’s going to challenge Peter quite a bit and fight over me, which is not a bad thing."


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But the potential backlash from the relationship trouble is something Lana is already concerned about.

"I actually have that fear…I'm scared," confessed the actress. 

So when the second movie drops – you've been warned to take it easy on Lana.

If you haven't seen the first movie – GO and watch it.

But it's based off an award-winning novel written by Jenny Han and follows actress Lana Condor as a secondary student Lara Jean.

Instead of confronting the lads she likes, Lara writes love letters to the boys she's been eyeing up and hides them away in a teal box in her wardrobe.

Cue the little brat of a sister snooping in her room and sending the private confessions to the boys they're addressed to.


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A whole lot of drama occurs which leads to an arrangement being made with a boy called Peter.

Peter and Lara agree to pretend to be each other's partners.

I am sure you can guess what happens from here, but the predictable plot still gets us every time.

The second instalment of the books is titled P.S. I Still Love You, which is already giving us feels.

The excitement is REAL.

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