The love story of Lara Jean and Peter may be far from over, but To All the Boys: Always and Forever marks the final chapter of the film series.
Yes, that does mean that the trilogy has officially come to an end. The good news, however, is that there’s still plenty more to enjoy from this epic romance, including digging into all the little details in the film you might not have noticed the first time around. From adorable Easter eggs from the very first film to an amazing cameo that brings it all full circle, here’s a look at the small details you might have missed in To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
A lot has changed since To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before first brought Lara Jean and Peter together, but fans will notice some familiar items sprinkled throughout To All The Boys: Always and Forever. For one thing, Lara Jean has resumed wearing her necklace from Peter, which he returned to her after the two got back together at the end of To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. And speaking of necklaces, Kitty is also still rocking that “feminist” necklace that took the internet by storm.
Meanwhile, the “LJ & PK” heart logo that Lara Jean put on their promise lantern in the second film makes a triumphant return in several scenes of the third film, including a moment when Peter paints it on their home wall in Lara Jean’s dream of their perfect future together and on the lock Lara Jean got for him at Seoul Tower.
Perhaps most adorably, Lara Jean is still using the same lock screen image of her and Peter cuddling that we saw in the previous films. There’s more to the story of that photo than meets the eye, too. Director Susan Johnson revealed that the pic was actually a candid shot of Lana Condor and Noah Centineo lounging between takes, and Johnson loved it so much that she incorporated it into the movie.
Romantic relics | 0: 00
A love of literature | 1: 51
A fitting farewell | 3: 07
The rom-com rewind | 4: 10
A cinematic callback | 4: 57
Some significant shoes | 6: 16
The cutest cameo | 7: 15
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