Netflix’s movie franchise, To All the Boys, based on a trilogy written by Jenny Han, has gained massive success with its teenage romance.

All three movies — To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018), To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020), and To All the Boys: Always and Forever (2021) was critically acclaimed. The franchise ended with its last movie in 2021.

However, Lana Condor, who plays the protagonist Lara Jean Song-Covey, is open to reviving her role if Netflix were to release a spinoff series for the movie franchise. 

Condor Might Reprise Her Role As Lara Jean

The three movies revolve around a shy teenager Lara Jean (Condor), who had written five letters to the boys she had a crush on. She had never intended to send the letters but her sister, Kitty Song-Covey (Anna Cathcart), mailed them. 

The franchise is based on Lara Jean’s experiences after the boys received their respective letters.

Lara Jean’s story might have ended with the franchise, but Kitty’s hasn’t. In March 2021, Deadline reported that there might be a spin-off in the future. 

The spin-off would revolve around Kitty, with Cathcart reprising her role. This news hasn’t been confirmed by Netflix, the sole distributor of the franchise, yet. 

On the other hand, Condor is excited by the possibility of a spin-off.

On May 16, on the red carpet of MTV Movie & TV Awards, Condor had a conversation with Entertainment Tonight about it. 

She praised her co-star Cathcart and extended her full support. Condor believed Cathcart did a fantastic job playing her on-screen sister.

She also played with the idea of reprising her role as Lara Jean. 

As a massive fan of the series, she claimed she would always be open to making a comeback since that universe was “really kind and beautiful.”

Even though the spin-off series has not been confirmed yet, it makes sense to Condor that it will since, according to her, Kitty is a “scene-stealer.”

She also truly believes that the fans of the franchise would be excited to watch it. 

Condor confirmed back in April that no one had approached her about the new project but she still completely supported it. She considered her opportunity to be part of the franchise an enormous gift and enjoyed the connection she shared with her fans.

Fans that would come up to meet her and share their experience relating to Lara Jean had been one of the biggest blessings, Condor mentioned. 

The way fans felt represented in the franchise and the stories with Condor is something the actress found precious.

Regardless of her involvement in the spin-off, the actress is truly grateful for the opportunity to play Lara Jean over the years.