Millie Bobby Brown Wants to Star in the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Sequel and The Cast Is So Into It



Following the Netflix video of the conversation between Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, which officially confirmed the return of the two heroes of the rom-com To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before to our screens, Millie Bobby Brown has made it abundantly clear that she’d love to appear in the sequel.

After seeing the two heroes, the Stranger Things actress posted a handful of videos on her Instagram account in which she pretends to weep with joy, according to Nylon:

«I want to thank Netflix, I want to thank Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. I wanna cry. If I could be an extra, please hit me up Netflix. You know, I do work for you already so I think there’s not gonna be an issue there.»

Millie Bobby Brown will soon make an appearance in Godzilla, before returning for a new season of Stranger Things. Anna Cathcart, who plays the heroine’s little sister in the film, reposted her story and tagged Netflix, hammering the message home. In terms of the cast, the trailer for the second film hints that a significant role is reserved for John Ambrose McClaren, who made a brief appearance at the end of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. Although the character was played by Jordan Burtchett, the moment in the trailer when the actress makes a second phone call suggests that the character has been recast. Screenwriter Sofia Alvarez is reported to have been hired to adapt the second tome of Always and Forever, Lara Jean,written by American novelist Jenny Han. The sequel to the first book focuses on the way in which Lara Jean manages her feelings for Peter Kavinsky when another boy enters her life.


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