The suspense continues for "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" fans.
In spite of cries for a sequel to the hit summer rom-com, the project still reportedly hasn't been confirmed. Star Lana Condor recently gave an update, and she said that "there is no news on the subject beyond a strong wish for the green light," per Deadline. She was appearing at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles at the time.
Condor did reiterate what her cast mate and onscreen love, Noah Centineo, previously shared: that the people involved are definitely interested. "The whole cast would love to do it," she said.
That's promising enough, but as the actress recently pointed out, she and her co-stars have gotten busier since the film's success, so the sooner Netflix locks them down, the better. In recent months, she booked the sci-fi film "Warning," while Centineo nabbed a part in the "Charlie's Angels" reboot. We hope they can add the "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" sequel soon, too, but we'll have to wait and see.