Last Friday, the final installment of the To All The Boys trilogy was finally released on Netflix, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Millions around the world immediately took to the streaming platform to watch how it all ends for Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky, and fans weren’t disappointed with how the movie turned out— instantly making it part of the top 10 on Netflix in different countries, including the Philippines!
But even after the last movie has already been brought out, the stars of the movie haven’t stopped creating content for the fans to enjoy and feel kilig with. The cast, composed of Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Anna Cathcart, Janel Parrish, Ross Butler, and Madeleine Arthur, among others, have been continuously doing interviews and press days for the movie. (Read: 3 Nicholas Sparks Movies for Your Valentine’s Day Watch List)
And in one of the videos featuring the lead stars Lana and Noah, Filipino fans of the series got all the butterflies, because it was a video made just for the Filipino fans!
‘Always and Forever, Your Filipino Fans’
In the video titled “Always and Forever, Your Filipino Fans,” Lana and Noah got to read tweets— which they called letters— from Filipino fans of To All The Boys. They even read a few that were in Tagalog, which made everyone blush and laugh at the same time.
“I don’t know about you Noah, but I could really use some kilig right now,” Lana says in the video. Noah smiles and agrees with his onscreen partner and says that no one “brings the kilig like our Filipino fans,” and continues to say that they will be reading some tweets and messages from the Philippines. (LOOK: Twitter Users Approve of Gina Pareño as a Disney ‘Lola’)
One of the tweets they read was from a fan who even called the two their mom and dad. “Seeing my LJ and Peter as a real couple. Damn! Pangarap ko ‘to eh, ang tagal kong inantay. ILYSSM, MOM AND DAD!!,” the tweet said. Noah jokingly asked Lana if she knew they had a child, to which Lana said, “Yeah, and her name’s @sassypv08!”
But the most adorable thing in the video would probably be when Noah tried to read a full Tagalog tweet as best as he could! You could definitely hear his struggle— but his adorable face and effort in trying to read words he isn’t familiar with make it all the more enjoyable!
Netflix Global Reach
Towards the end, Lana said that because of the tweets and posts on social media in different languages from all around the world about their movies, she realized the reach of Netflix. “It always makes me feel really just in awe of Netflix’s reach and the film’s reach, and it always makes me feel very grateful,” she said.
And Noah said he feels the same, “To know that the work we’ve done and everyone involved has done has made it all the way around the world to the Philippines and beyond is wild and I’m very grateful for it.” He adds that it’s so cool to be able to reach places that are halfway around the world just through their movies.
To end the video, the pair said their final goodbyes as Lara Jean and Peter. “For one last time as Lara Jean and Peter K., mahal namin kayo!”
Watch the full video below:
You can watch To All The Boys: Always and Forever here.