Spoilers ahead for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Like, in-the-credits-level spoilers.
Thought Lara Jean’s romance in Netflix’s wonderful rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was done and cleaned?
There’s a little easter egg in the credits that’ll persuade all you helpless romantics that her young boy dramas are no place near over.
The movie, based upon Jenny Han’s YA love book, follows the shenanigans of Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) who composes letters to all her crushes, never ever planning to sending them. Yeah, they get sent out.
Love triangles, heartbreak, and makeouts later on, the last wonderful kissing scene recommends a pleased ending for Lara Jean. Wait, after the preliminary credits, there’s a quick scene in which another young boy appears with a lot of flowers — and he’s holding a letter, men.
Played by Jordan Burtchett, who’s appeared in police procedural The Killing, he’s using a sports jacket with exactly what seems a school crest on it, and his letter checks out: John Ambrose McClaren, from Porterville, California.
This little teaser must come as not a surprise for fans of the book. Han’s initial book was followed by 2 follows up, 2015’s P.S. I Still Love You, and 2017’s Always and Forever, Lara Jean.
Ambrose McClaren is pointed out in Han’s very first book, and makes a look in P.S. I Still Love You after getting Lara Jean’s letter.
So you ‘d much better think this little easter egg has us questioning whether a follow up or more is on the method.