'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' is Totally Different from the Original Book

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15.2.2020

'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You': The Differences Between the Book and the Movie

You might have noticed some of these.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You below!* The Beginning of the Movie is Not the Beginning of the Book While it does seem like it would make sense to kick things off for Peter and Lara Jean right at the beginning of their relationship, the second book actually includes some of the drama that we see in the first movie. Specifically, the hot tub drama seen in the first film actually comes from the second book. The movie actually starts off several chapters into book two. Where Peter and LJ Go On Their First Date is Super Different Peter took Lara Jean to a nice Italian restaurant before Lara Jean takes over and brings Peter to a Japanese lantern festival. Meanwhile, in the books, their first date was a lot more chill. Peter actually took LJ to his favorite spot, Biscuit Soul Food, and they also watched a movie together. Their New Contract is Missing Remember that contract that they both signed when they started fake dating? Well, Lara Jean and Peter actually made a new one before they made things official in the books. However, in the movie, the contract is not mentioned at all. Also, Peter and Lara Jean promise not to break each other's hearts at the lantern festival. Meanwhile, they promise that in the new contract. Josh Isn't Around Anymore Remember Josh? Well, in the books he still hangs out with Lara Jean and he even has a new girlfriend. However, he is totally missing from the second movie without any explanation as to why. ? Lara Jean and John Ambrose Aren't Pen Pals In the movie, Lara Jean is surprised to get a response from John Ambrose to her secret love letter that Kitty sent out in the first film. In the books, LJ and John Ambrose have kept in touch over the years and are actually pen pals. Stormy Isn't John Ambrose's Grandmother While the movie stays true to the book by having Lara Jean volunteering at Belleview, Stormy is a completely different character in the books. She's actually John Ambrose's grandmother, although, it's not revealed until later in the book. John Ambrose Doesn't Volunteer at Belleview Although John Ambrose and Lara Jean seem to bond over their volunteering experience at Belleview in the film, the book actually has them suddenly seeing each other when he comes to visit his grandma one day. The Star Ball Doesn't Happen Lara Jean and John Ambrose's relationship finally takes a turn at the Star Ball when the two share a kiss outside in the snow. However, in the books, the Star Ball actually doesn't happen. It's not until John and Lara Jean run away together after running into Peter and Gen that the two share a kiss. Assassins is Completely Missing Lara Jean and her friends actually play a giant game of Assassins throughout the book, which makes her go against Gen. However, it's completely cut from the movie. The game was also the way that LJ found out about Peter meeting with Gen before his lacrosse game, while Lara Jean finds out through Chris in the movie. Curious about more differences that you might have missed? Check out the entire To All the Boys collection below and find out what'll happen next to Peter and Lara Jean in the third and final book. The To All the Boys I've Loved Before Paperback Collection Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers amazon.com Read more: Seventeen

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15 Differences Between The 'P.S. I Still Love You' Book And MovieThey say the book is always better than the movie but in this case, they're both EPIC.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You Plumbs the Depths of Adolescent InsecurityNetflix’s 2018 romantic comedy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was heralded as part of a rom-com resurgence that was, by all accounts, sorely needed. Based on Jenny Han’s fizzy YA novel, the adaptation did gangbuster numbers for Netflix. Alongside other movies released as part of Netflix’s “Summer of Love,” it was, as Variety reported, one of the “most viewed original films ever with strong repeat viewing.” Having seen the first film once and cried at least once during my viewing, I get it. What could’ve been a frothy, cotton-candy cloud of a rom-com turned out to be something a little more solid, thanks in part to the star turns by Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, a man that the staff of Jezebel collectively dumped in September 2018.\n So, for BHM, are you going to post about romcoms with Black leads? BlackHistoryMonth romcom

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love YouThe ending of Netflix film P.S. I Love You had some problems - and this is why

25 Of The Best 'To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' Tweets So Far'Still no closure for Lara Jean’s scrunchie Peter gave to Gen....' Omg I wanna see what people have to say but also haven’t watched it yet bc I promised my friend I’d wait for us to watch it together and I don’t want spoilers help

Fans Can't Get Enough of John Ambrose from 'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You'John Ambrose has been making a big splash ever since he appeared in the first movie of 'To All the Boys' and now he's fighting for Lara Jean's heart. Find out more about him here.



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