Noah Centineo would do “ To all the boys I’ve loved 4 ”

Jenny Han’s book trilogy has been adapted into movies on Netflix, and the third and final production has already been released in the catalog.

But with success, nothing stops Netflix from developing more movies.

Come to think of it, actor Noah Centineo has revealed that he would love to live Peter Kavinsky in a possible fourth film.

“If author Jenny Han is writing a fourth book, you can count on me,” he revealed to Variety.

Additionally, author Jenny Han revealed in an interview with Collider that there is room to continue the story in a fourth book to develop its protagonists:

“I always leave my stories open because, for me, the characters move forward. There will always be a “What if?” and “What next?”. We never know what’s going to happen. I like to leave the door open, ”he says.

“Para Todos os Garotos: Agora e Para Semper” got 70% approval from critics specializing in Rotten Tomatoes, receiving praise for the dynamic between the protagonists and the smoothness of its script.

Additionally, the feature has been praised for the maturity of the plot, although it has been criticized for not capturing the same essence of the original, which released in 2018.

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Discover the main opinions currently available:

“The hot energy between the stars Condor and Centineo makes the sparks fly.” -Monica Castillo, RogerEbert.com

“After the bitter deviation from the PS I still love you, now and forever returns to the panache of the first film”. – Helen Shaw, New York Magazine / Vautour

“It’s a fitting ending to the saga, not only as a final chapter in the lives of its high school protagonists as they advance through college, but also as an admission that the franchise is running out of things to say. . ” – Karen Han, slate

“Director Michael Fimognari and screenwriter Katie Lovejoy wrote a love letter to all of these characters – not just Lara Jean and Peter – and audiences will be hard pressed not to fall in love too.” – Kimber Myers, Los Angeles Times

“This film is heavier than its predecessors. Falling in love is more fun to watch than trying to stay in love, and growing up can be difficult. “- Nicole Clark, Chronicle of San Francisco

“It’s a shame, though, that what was once a bad luck girl-to-girl romance, all depicted in dreamy blue and calm feelings, has exploded into a sticky devotional fantasy. – Mary Sollosi, Entertainment Weekly

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