Spoilers ahead for To All the Boys I‘ve Loved Before. Like, in-the-credits-level spoilers.
Thought Lara Jean‘s love story in Netflix‘s delightful rom-com was done and dusted?
There‘s a little easter egg in the credits that‘ll convince all of you that her boy dramas are nowhere near over.
The film, based on Jenny Han‘s YA romance novel, follows the antics of Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) who writes letters to all her crushes, never intending to sending them. But, yeah, they get sent.
Love triangles, heartbreak, and makeouts later, the final delightful kissing scene suggests a happy ending for Lara Jean. But wait, after the initial credits, there‘s a brief scene in which another boy shows up with a bunch of flowers — and he‘s holding a letter, guys.
Played by Jordan Burtchett, who‘s appeared in crime drama The Killing, he‘s wearing a blazer with what appears to be a school crest on it, and his letter reads: John Ambrose McClaren, from Porterville, California.
This little teaser should come as no surprise for fans of the book. Han‘s original novel was followed by two sequels, 2015‘s P.S. I Still Love You, and 2017‘s Always and Forever, Lara Jean.
Ambrose McClaren is mentioned in Han‘s first book, and makes an appearance in P.S. I Still Love You after receiving Lara Jean‘s letter.
So you‘d better believe this little easter egg has us wondering whether a sequel or two is on the way.