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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I noticed how he placed the 🍿 on the floor before the pillow fight and I kinda liked it...when I was watching the movie, I was like "Oh, Peter's not a douche.." and that it says a lot about him genuinely liking Lara Jean coz he was concerned about the mess it would make with all the popcorn on the floor and the couch.. #lovingthisromcom
Love this movie and not just because of his cute adorable face but that is a big factor, all the chemistry and the great story line a love story to rival The Notebook and that is saying something, the cast was beyond excellent. The writer did that shit and the cast brought that ish to life. Bravo Well Done Part 2 Please
There is also a mistake when Margo, kitty and Laura Jean are making cookies and Laura Jean goes to get the door one of the Christmas decorations fall off the stairs.
P.S. who else has watched this movie like twenty times
I want a part 2 of this movie soo bad!!!! I wanna see them finish out high school then say, "I LOVE YOU PETER" "I LOVE YOU TO LARA JEAN!!!!!!!" Perfect couple right...??????? LIKE or COMMENT if you agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll bet directors wanted to use the typical white, all-american girl as the starring female lead. Glad asian writer stuck to her guns. It's ABOUT time other nationalities, like asian, get a chance to be the main lead of a movie, besides karate! So refreshing, I love it!
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