The beloved To All The Boys franchise is officially coming to an end. On Wednesday, Netflix revealed that the third and final film, appropriately titled Always and Forever, will premiere on Feb. 12, just in time for Valentine's Day.
The third movie, like the third book, will see the characters make some major decisions as they get ready to graduate high school and move onto college and adulthood. In the trailer for the upcoming film, we see Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) celebrate a lot of big milestones as they finish off their senior year of high school, but it's not without a few bumps in the road. While they plan on attending Stanford University together, things take a dramatic turn when Lara Jean finds out she wasn't accepted.
"The third [movie] is very much about how your future influences your present," director Michael Fimognari told Entertainment Weekly. "When you're a senior in high school, all these fantastic opportunities await: college and living alone. That has a profound impact on Lara Jean's ability to see herself continuing her relationships. That's the beauty of what Jenny's written, is that from the first page of the first book to the last page of the last book, you get to experience this full coming-of-age story with this character. In that way, it's the end, but it's also her beginning." We can't wait!