21 Facts About The "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" Cast That Prove How Amazing They Are
Lana Condor writes love letters IRL when she needs to express her emotions.
First, Noah Centineo improvised two iconic scenes from To All the Boys I've Loved Before: saving the popcorn before the pillow fight and spinning Lara Jean in the cafeteria.
Lana Condor was born in Vietnam and was adopted by an Irish and Hungarian couple — her dad, Bob Condor, even chronicled their adoption story for the Chicago Tribune.
After reading the books, Lana was totally Team Peter — just like the rest of us.
Noah and Lana originally met during the pre-read process for the film.
Lara Jean is actually the first time Lana portrayed a typical teenager on screen. Her previous major acting credit was X-Men: Apocalypse.
Janel Parrish continues to act like Lana's older sister/mentor — she's even given Lana advice for how to deal with fame.
Lana writes love letters IRL when she needs to express her emotions.
Noah and Lana helped craft the scene where Lara Jean pulls Peter down for a kiss on the track.
Noah actually auditioned for a role in The Kissing Booth.
Out of any movie, Noah wishes that he could've played the adult version of Matt (Mark Ruffalo) in 13 Going on 30.
Lana and Anna Cathcart have seen all the memes and jokes about To All the Boys and they send them to each other.
At just 6 years old, Janel starred as young Cosette in a national tour of Les Misérables.
To prepare for the hot tub scene in To All the Boys, Noah and Lana actually spent time in the hot tubs at their apartments in order to build their chemistry on screen.
Noah was a big reader growing up and two of his favorite book series are Harry Potter and A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Noah says that his time on The Fosters basically felt like college for him.
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