Unplanned moments that happened during the filming of To All The Boys I've Loved Before and still made the final cut!
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There’s nothing like a good old love story to get you through the day. “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” tells the tale of two high school students who end up agreeing to engage in a fake relationship. While they both have their reasons for wanting the secret arrangement, things start to get complicated when they get to know each other on a personal level. What first starts off as a fake relationship blossoms into something so real it’s hard to put a finger on.
Actors Lana Condor and Noah Centineo play the roles of protagonists Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky. Their on-screen chemistry is hard to miss. In fact, they’re so in tune with one another that many of their scenes were actually improvised. Tune in to find out which romantic scenes were totally unscripted. You might just be shocked to find out how many of your favorite moments were completely and utterly spontaneous.
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Thank Jenny Han she didn’t let those stupid executives/production company change her book to make the characters all white.
This is STUPID, the BOOK is popular because of the fans! Go BY the BOOK. If the character is black in the book make the character black in the movie. Same for Asian or Australian or British etc...
I don’t understand why they want to change things like. For what? To fit some idiotic “norm”?
Many are saying that the movie didn't gave justice to the book version but I myself, who watched the movie first, wouldn't even be interested to read the book if, in the first place, the movie didn't go well. 😂 One of the best one in 2018 so far.
I'll go with the popcorn part, hahaha it really caught me while watching it for the first time, wasn't expecting that it was really unscripted. And I say it's the coolest a guy can do even it's pretty much simple as How it seems. Hahahaha loving Noah gestures😍
I noticed the popcorn... I thought it was on the script (move the popcorn)...
That's why I love this movie...
It's because of *their chemistry*...
Love Noah and Lara...
•I haven't watch The Kissing Booth... (I want to watch it badly)
I'm a 39 year old woman and I absolutely love this little movie! It is so cute and innocent. The chemistry between Lana and Noah was extremely amazing. Can we please get a sequel of their SENIOR YEAR!?
Sequels can sometimes ruin the OG movie. This was close to perfection I’d hate to see it messed up with a sequel. If they do make a part 2, keep the same people or just work there part out it it will be a bust not a Beyonce! My fav scene was the hot-tub and he was letting Covy know she’s not second best!!!!
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