When To All the Boys I Loved Before premiered on Netflix last summer, fans were immediately demanding the adaptation of the book’s sequel, P.S. I Still Love You. One of the biggest questions fans were left with: Who will be playing heartthrob John Ambrose McClaren?
The original film ends with his brief introduction after the end credits, where Kitty is announcing Lara Jean has a visiter at the door. Attractive as Jordan Burtchett was, we’re happy with the JAM recast of none other than Jordan Fisher. The official announcement came over Twitter just last week.
Fans will know Fisher from Fox’s recent Rent: Live event towards the end of January. Say what you will about the performance as a whole, but Fisher stole the show as Mark Cohen (originally portrayed by Anthony Rapp). Fisher was also the winner of the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars, which just makes us fall in love with him even more.
Fans, however, have had mixed reviews about the recast. Some were extremely excited about the recast, while others were left confused as to who was at Lara Jean’s door. As for me, I’m left wondering how I’m supposed to root for Peter Kavinsky once John Ambrose comes onto the scene.
Recently announced was the role of Trevor Pike, long time friend of Peter Kavinsky and John Ambrose McClaren. Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why Ross Butler will be taking on the role, which came in Netflix’s most recent announcement:
In the book, middle school friends Lara Jean, Gen, Chris, Peter, Trevor, and John Ambrose reunite for a party before losing their childhood treehouse. That’s all we’ll spoil for those who haven’t read the book. These most recent castings are making us really excited for the sequel, as if we weren’t already.
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