As Lana Condor has discovered, having a dedicated fanbase is both a blessing and a curse. While the predominant response to the first For all the guys I've loved before film was that of love and praise, she is afraid that the second film might not disappear that well. Nowhere because her character Lara Jean's blooming romance with Peter Kavinsky (played by Noah Centineo) threatens to be threatened by another love interest, John Ambrose.
In an interview with Cosmopolitan US, Lana admitted that casting directors struggle to find someone to play John, because that actor must compete with the charm that Noah gives his character. "I do not know who John Ambrose is going to play" she started. "But I do know that we look long and hard at someone who can match the charm and amazement of Noah, which is very difficult." The actress then said that she was afraid that fans would react badly if they had a new love affair in the film, because they were initially critical about the fact that they and Noah really do not really date each other. In fact, she and her friend Anthony De La Torre have been dating for two years.
"It happened to my personal life," she said about a potential backlash against her and Noah did not date hereafter. "When the movie was released for the first time, fans were not happy with my relationship Fans, of course, wanted me to be at Noah, you look at it, you fall in love with these characters and you think," They need to fall in love are in real life. "
"Many people had such a thing," She must be with Noah. "Now it's a lot quieter and people are much more in favor of Anthony and I & # 39; s relationship than they were in the beginning, because they know that Noah and I are just friends, who we're bringing in is going to do a great job and I think people will become very much in conflict. "
Although the backlash is still to be seen, one thing is certain: we are very, very enthusiastic for the For all the guys I've loved before continuation.