Another one of the boys we’ve loved before is set to join Noah Centineo and Jordan Fisher in the hotlist, and it’s none other than Ross Butler!
Yes, girls, calm your hearts. After revealing that the ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before‘ is having its much-anticipated sequel, a series of short video clips were released, all leading to the revelation that John Ambrose will be played by Jordan Fisher. As if that wasn’t enough to have us scrambling our way to the cinemas when this finally comes out, they also announced that Ross Butler will be a part of the To All The Boys team now! This was announced on April 1, but it’s not April Fools joke!
Why Ross Butler?
I think that what would make this thing really work is that our resident boy crush Noah Centineo is actually friends with Ross! So, him playing Peter Kavinsky’s best friend, Trevor Pike actually makes a lot of sense. We’re excited how these two would be on screen!
Also, you can’t question the casting of Ross here, considering how well he did in ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’. He seems to be a Netflix fave! Not that we’re complaining, though, we just think this casting would be too much for our fangirl hearts to handle! Noah Centineo is the first film’s catch. I’m pretty sure everyone went crazy with Peter Kavinsky’s ‘whoa whoa whoa’ lines. And when it comes to the topic of boyfriends, he set the bar pretty high. And don’t get me wrong, of course, we’d still fall in love with Peter Kavinsky again and again, but having Jordan Fisher and Ross Butler along for the sequel is like a full, balanced meal with ice cream for dessert. You can’t do better than that (*wink*).
To All The Boys I’ve Loved before really brought us back to our high school days and made us want to write love letters to our crushes. I wonder how this second film will go! With this amazing casting, we can’t wait ’till it hits the big screen! Will we be seeing you there? What do you think about this casting? Let us know on the comments down below! Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.