Lana Condor and Noah Centineo Predict If Lara Jean and Peter Can Survive Long-Distance


If you finished watching Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever, you probably have one major question. (And if you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll probably need this warning: spoilers ahead!)

The conclusion of the third and final film in the TATB series (based on Jenny Han’s popular books) leaves fans wondering whether or not Lara Jean and Peter are going to make it, now that they’re trying their hand at a long-distance relationship, with Peter attending California’s Stamford University and Lara Jean on the opposite coast at NYU. And while LJ is onto something about the romance of cross-country love letters, it’s no secret that LDRs are hard work, especially when both partners are experiencing college life for the first time.

In an interview with Elle, actors Lana Condor and Noah Centineo weighed in on whether or not Lara Jean and Peter are going to last…and friends, you might not like what they have to say.

Lana especially wasn’t too optimistic, pointing out that Lara Jean and Peter definitely want to try to keep their love alive, but fate might have other plans. “I think their intentions are to try, but I also know that life gets in the way, and I do believe they need to grow separately,” she explained. “They’re at that pinnacle time in your life where you’re developing.” It’s certainly a fair point; after all, the third film shows us just how excited Lara Jean is about starting her chapter in New York City, and NYU seems to have brought out a new side of the character.

But just because college might not be in the cards for Lara Jean and Peter doesn’t mean their relationship is entirely doomed. “I do think they get together maybe after college, like in years to come,” Lana told Elle optimistically. “For me, I believe that if you love someone, and they love you, and it is pure and true, I believe it can work. I 100% believe it. But I think I’m at a different stage in my life. I think college and being a freshman in college is very different.”

As for Noah, he’s a lot less sure, offering up “I have no idea” as his response. “I think they leave the ending open to ambiguity, and I think [they did it for] a good reason,” the actor added. “So I hope they make it, but we’ll have to find out when we do the fourth one….” To quote Peter for a sec…Whoa-whoa-whoa! (FWIW, there’s no current plans to make any other TATB movies, but it seems like Noah and I have the same dream.)

To be fair, we can only imagine that it’s pretty hard to say goodbye to the characters and story that have been a part of their lives for so long now. As Noah previously told Teen Vogue, “It’s kind of like you look back at that summer in high school, that summer after college, you’re going to have a lot of other summers that are super fun, but it won’t be that summer. I’ll miss it like I miss those experiences too, you know?”

Lana is definitely having trouble parting with LJ too. “Lara Jean just has a good heart,” she shared with us. “She leads with love. She loves love. I’ll miss that a lot, but I have taken that into my life now just because it’s hard not to… we bled into each other. We’re like two peas in a pod. I’ll miss her heart.”

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