Based on the second book in Jenny Han’s bestselling trilogy, “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” follows Condor’s Lara Jean Covey, who finally finds herself in a romantic relationship with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) — until another guy from her past shows up.
The trailer introduces fans to a new character, John Ambrose McClaren, who appeared at the end of the first movie holding the leaked letter Covey had written for him.
The character, initially played by Jordan Burtchett (“Heartland,” “The Killing”), will now be brought to life by Jordan Fisher (“Rent,” “Grease Live!”).
The trailer opens with scenes of Covey and Kavinsky taking their relationship to the next level, with the latter saying, “I promise I am not going to break your heart.”
McClaren then meets Covey the same way Kavinsky did for the first time — but refuses to return his letter as he needs “proof” that someone actually liked him in middle school.
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