Spoiler alert! Do not proceed when you’ve got not watched To All the Boys: Always and Forever.

Lara Jean’s story could have ended, however her life is simply starting.

Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever, the third and remaining film within the trilogy, dropped Friday and figuring out that is it for her could depart you reaching for the tissues. Inspired by Jenny Han’s novel, Always and Forever, Lara Jean, the movie deviates a bit from the e book however the end result stays comparatively related. After Lara Jean and Peter make a pact to attend Stanford University collectively, Lara Jean discovers she did not get in. Luckily, she’s been accepted to close by UC Berkeley, only a two-hour drive away from Stanford. Perfect, proper?

A senior class journey to New York City provides a wrinkle to Lara Jean and Peter’s seemingly foolproof plan, and when she applies to NYU — on a whim — and will get accepted, it turns into clear it is the proper faculty for her. But issues come to a head at promenade when Lara Jean and Peter break up over misunderstandings over their relationship — him taking her wishes to be within the Big Apple that she needed to place distance between them — and their future. After a while away from one another, Peter makes one final romantic gesture, apologizing to her for his response and insisting they attempt to make a long-distance relationship work. A flash-forward reveals Lara Jean shifting into her new NYU dorm as Peter drives to Stanford, with Lara Jean promising they will do the whole lot to remain collectively.

“I loved it,” To All the Boys star Lana Condor tells ET’s Rachel Smith of the movie’s ending. “It was very important for me when we were starting to talk about the third movie… that the choices she makes are about her future and her future as a young woman going out and living her life. I think in the past two movies, her choices have been really about relationships and not really about her future, not really about where she’s going as a young woman. I really appreciate that at the end of the film, it feels very satisfying for me to see her make a choice on her own and step out into the world on her own. And she follows her heart in a new way. It’s not just following a love for a person, but it’s following a love for a city and a new life.”

Han known as Lara Jean’s resolution to maneuver throughout the nation as a substitute of staying placed on the West Coast to be nearer to Peter “a big moment” for her to “stand on her own two feet.”

“I honestly don’t think that there’s a wrong or right decision to make in this situation because your life can look so many different ways and if anything, what I would love for viewers to take from it is there are so many different forks in the road and ways that your life can go,” the best-selling creator tells ET. “And there’s not really a right or the wrong, or mistakes or any of that. It’s just what you decide in the moment. You can always take a left turn or a right turn and figure [out] your way back because I think wherever you go is where you’re meant to be in that moment.”

With this being the final of the To All the Boys motion pictures, Condor took a second to replicate on Lara Jean’s journey, from the shy, introverted excessive schooler within the first movie to this one. Though she acknowledged some followers’ disappointment over Lara Jean selecting to not be on the identical coast as Peter.

“If Lara Jean from the first movie saw Lara Jean in the third movie, she would be pretty happy with the glow-up,” the 23-year-old actress says. “But I also know there will be a faction of people who are like, ‘You didn’t go with him!’ You’re not all these things!'”

Condor supplied up an thought for a fourth film, ought to it ever come to fruition in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later.

“Oh god, I wish!” she stated when requested in regards to the thought of constant Lara Jean’s story. “I know that for what people have been telling me, there won’t be one but never say never. And I have this dream that maybe in 10 years, when Lara Jean and Peter are grown up and they’re professionals in the workplace and they’re adults, it’d be so cool to see them in that different light.”

Han echoed Condor sentiments, saying if she “had an amazing idea” for Lara Jean’s story previous this level that she was “excited” to dig into, “then I would do it.” “I think it’s about being excited to tell the story and there are so many stories that I want to tell… And it’s never really goodbye because the characters live on,” the creator says. “You can turn on Netflix and see them again. You can pick up a book and spend time with them. For me, even as a creator of it, they live on, they keep doing their thing.”

To All the Boys: Always and Forever is streaming on Netflix. For extra on the franchise, watch under.