Noah Centineo and Lana Condor share first scene from To All The Boys 3

2 July 2020, 17:39

By Katie Louise Smith

Lara Jean and Peter are BACK AT IT AGAIN.

To All The Boys 3 might be a while away from dropping onto our Netflix accounts but that hasn't stopped Lana Condor and Noah Centineo from sharing a little sneak peak of what we can expect from Lara Jean and Peter in the final instalment the trilogy.

Teaming up as part of a livestream for charity, Lana and Noah performed their favourite scenes from the films in a live table read to help raise money for organisations including Black Lives Matter and Color For Change with Favored Nations.

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Lana and Noah performed a number of scenes, including two from the first and second films. But at the end of the livestream, the pair decided to treat fans to a sneaky glimpse at the promposal scene from the upcoming Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

To All The Boys 3: Get your first glimpse at what to expect
To All The Boys 3: Get your first glimpse at what to expect. Picture: Netflix

In the scene, Lara Jean and Peter are at the diner ordering some blueberry pancakes. Lara has something she needs to tell Peter but before she can, Peter reminisces about their relationship and then asks Lara Jean to prom.

But what did Lara Jean want to talk to Peter about? Is it John Ambrose? College? If you're one of the fans who has already read the books, then you'll know what's coming next. But if you haven't and you wanna stay spoiler free, it looks like you're gonna have to wait a while!

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Good news is that filming has already wrapped on the third movie, as it was filmed back to back with P.S. I Still Love You, so thankfully, there'll be no coronavirus delays when it comes to the release date.

Seeing as P.S. I Still Love You was released in 2020 (can you believe?!), expect to see Always and Forever, Lara Jean at the end of the year, or at some point in 2021.

If you want to donate to Favored Nations, you can do so here. Watch the scene at the 53 minute mark below.