Lana Condor has admitted shes afraid of fan backlash as love interest Peter Kavinsky looks to encounter competition in the To All The Boys Ive Loved Before sequel.
Theres trouble in paradise.
Lana, who plays loveable teen heroine Lara-Jean Covey, revealed that love interest Peter, played by Noah Centineo, will encounter a major live triangle in the upcoming flick.
The first one was with Josh and Peter, but in the second movie its going to be a major new character thats going to challenge Peter quite a bit and fight over me, which is not a bad thing, she told ELLE.com.
However, Lanas a little wary of the fan reaction when seemingly perfect boyfriend Peter gets challenged.
I actually have that fear, she said. Im scared.
The sequel to the adorable rom-com was confirmed back in December, as Lara and Peter announced the officially official news in a video.
The pair confirmed that John Ambrose, the boy Lara-Jean met at Model UN, would make a return.
However, it hasnt been confirmed who will play the dreamy new love interest.
Will he be any match for Peter Kavinsky? Who can say. Will he take the coveted white boy of the month spot? Almost definitely.
However, TATBILB devotees will know that weve already met the one and only John Ambrose. At the end of the original film, Lana gets a sweet surprise from him when actor Jordan Burtchett turns up at her doorstep holding a letter addressed to John.
He confirmed that hes returning to the cast (and the internet breathed a collective sigh of relief) shortly afterwards, when he reposted Lanas video on Instagram and said: To All The Sequels Ive Loved Before!! So exciteeeedd!!
Us too, Jords. Us too.
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