Sep 17, 2018
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Noah Centineo to Explore Peter Kavinsky’s DARK SIDE in ‘To All The Boys’ Sequel

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Another day, another opportunity to talk Noah Centineo… which we will gladly take because duh.
But this time we’re talking To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and it’s potential sequel! Netflix has yet to green-light a second movie, though the first is based on author Jenny Han’s trilogy which means we could end up getting all 3 stories adapted for Netflix. YAY!
Until the streaming service makes that highly anticipated announcement, we’ve just got to dream about the possibilities for the sequel, and even one of it’s stars, Noah Centineo has his own dreams for his role as Peter Kavinsky should the movies continue. But his vision is a little different than what you might expect. In a new interview with Metro, Noah said QUOTE “Maybe Peter can fall from the pedestal? Maybe he can change into not-so-good of a guy? Maybe we can show the dimensions to different people: how we can be heroes in one moment and villains in another?”
Villains? It’s hard to imagine Peter Kavinsky as a villain but since the sequel will mostly follow the book which means another letter receiver will be showing up to disrupt Lara Jean and Peter’s perfect love story, it’s very possible that Peter really could become a villain. Out of anger and jealousy over his lady, of course. Should be interesting… but if we’re being honest here, whether he’s a villain or not, as long as it’s more Peter Kavinsky, we’re here for it.
How about you guys? Would you like to see a darker Peter? Share your thoughts down in the comments and then click here for another new video and be sure to subscribe. Thanks so much for watching, I’m Sinead de Vries, and I’ll see you guys next time.

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