To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is now set to be released on Netflix on August 17th, 2018!
The movie, based on the 2014 YA romance novel of the same name by Jenny Han, stars X-Men: Apocalypse alum Lana Condor as Lara Jean — a teenage girl whose secret love letters are exposed and wreak havoc on her love life. She dropped the news of the release date this week on Instagram.
TATBILB was written by Sofia Alvarez and directed by Susan Johnson, and also stars Noah Centineo, John Corbett, Janel Parrish, and Israel Broussard. Now that Netflix has picked up the movie and we have a release date, a trailer should be coming very soon!
It was announced today that Netflix has acquired the rights to Lana’s upcoming movie adaptation of the YA novel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before! It is now expected that the movie will be released on Netflix this summer. An official release date should be coming soon!
Check out the trailer for one of Lana’s upcoming movies, Alita: Battle Angel.
Another new project for Lana! She has been cast in a new TV pilot for Syfy called Deadly Class. The show is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Wes Craig, about a teenager recruited into a high school for assassins.
Lana was cast as Saya, a mysterious and guarded girl with a deadly reputation, who was banished from one of the top Yakuza clans in Japan and sent to the School for the Deadly Arts to redeem herself. She will star alongside Benjamin Wadsworth, Benedict Wong, Maria Gabriela de Faria, Luke Tennie, Liam James, and Michel Duval.
Congrats to Lana!
Source: Bleeding Cool
Lana has a new project coming soon, titled “Summer Night.” She posted the picture below with one of her co-stars, Hayden Szeto, to Instagram this week. I don’t yet have any details on the release date of the film, but when I do I’ll share it!
Kore Asian Media challenged Lana to do a 10-minute Lego challenge. Watch how she did below!
Check out a new interview Lana did with NBC Asian America! She discussed To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and the lack of Asian lead roles in rom coms. There’s a new production still photo from the movie!
It’s been more than two years since Lana Condor got the call that jumpstarted her dream career, and now the 20-year-old actress is seeing another dream come true.
“A few months ago when I was on a plane, I was daydreaming about how fun it’d be to act in a romantic comedy, because I don’t know of any rom-coms where Asian women are the leads,” Condor told NBC News. “And now here we are.”
That “here” is “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” an adaptation of Jenny Han’s three-part young adult novel, that stars Condor as Jean Song Covey, a half Korean, half white teenager who lives with her widowed father and two sisters. The novel chronicles Lara Jean’s suddenly complicated love life, after letters she’s written to the boys she’s loved and hidden beneath her bed are found and sent.
The film, which wrapped in early August and doesn’t yet have a release date, will also feature Janel Parrish of “Pretty Little Liars” and Anna Cathcart as Lara Jean’s sisters – a casting choice that author Han praised, posting online after the movie’s announcement: “That is truly groundbreaking. I haven’t seen Asian American women centered on the screen since Joy Luck Club, which was nearly 25 years ago.”
Read more at NBC Asian America.
I’ve added 900+ captures and a few stills of Lana in the Lifetime movie High School Lover, which she starred in earlier this year, to the gallery!
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I’ve added a few captures from Lana’s appearance as Jubilee in the 2016 movie X-Men: Apocalypse to the gallery. I’ll be adding some stills and posters from the movie soon as well.