When people kept asking Lana Condor the same question, she became irritated.
Lana Condor had no idea how dramatically her life would alter when she agreed to play Lara Jean Covey in the Netflix film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Condor had been working hard to build her acting career, but the teen film’s success and popularity launched her into mainstream fame and made her a household figure. Netflix believed that Condor’s talents and natural chemistry with her co-star, Noah Centineo, justified two more sequels soon after To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was launched.
The first installment of the All the Boys sequel series: Lara Jean was navigating high school, friendships, family, and her new relationship with Peter Kavinsky in P.S. I Still Love You. In addition, John Ambrose, a new character and prospective love interest, was introduced, complicating Lara Jean’s life even more. Fans of the series naturally concentrated on the film’s love triangle, labeling themselves “Team Peter” or “Team John Ambrose.”
Lana Condor was frequently asked if she was on the ‘Team Peter’ or ‘Team John Ambrose’ side of the debate.
Fans weren’t the only ones who were enthralled by the possibility of a love triangle. Condor was frequently asked which character she supported. Naturally, the Deadly Class actor was aware that part of this was standard operating procedure. She didn’t enjoy, though, that the love triangle was sometimes the only component of the movie that she was asked about. Furthermore, she believed that the love triangle was overshadowing many of the female connections in the picture.
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Condor told Interview Magazine, “Recently, I’ve been getting the entire ‘Team Peter, Team John’ stuff, which is the two male characters in our movie, which I don’t love.” This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.