A year has passed since we sat down with Jenny Han and the main cast of “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” Oh, how life was so different then — when we were able to attend the early screening in person at The Whitby Hotel in NYC, maskless and free of social restrictions. Now, here we are, weeks ahead of the release of the last film of the trilogy, “Always & Forever,” chatting virtually via Zoom. Although there were technical difficulties — from Siri interrupting me and asking how she can help whilst I was talking to Noah, to Airpods magically cutting off in the middle of Lana speaking beautifully — we all had a ball in the comfort of our homes! 

For those who didn’t read the trilogy, “Always & Forever” is the last installment of the series, and the film with the same title gives you the same warm, nostalgic feelings as the previous two films did. In the first movie, “To All The Boys I Loved Before,” we follow the blossoming love story between high school jock Peter Kavinksky (Noah Centineo) and the less popular girl Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor). In the sequel, “P.S. I Still Love You,” Lara Jean has to choose between two loves, Peter and John. In the third and final installment, “Always & Forever,” we see Lara Jean having to choose what’s most important: herself. What I love most about this film is how we get to live vicariously through a pandemic-free world. I’ll refrain from sharing any other details because you’ll want to see for yourself!

Although this trilogy is over, we can always and forever rewatch to experience the nostalgia all over again. Watch our interviews with Jenny Han and the main cast of “Always & Forever.” and you may catch yourself playing Would You Rather as well: Would you rather go to NYU or Stanford? Single and ready to mingle, or off-the-market in college with your childhood love? Mark your diaries for Friday, Feb. 12 to see how the last hurrah all goes down on Netflix!

Note: Videos may contain spoilers. 

Interview with Jenny Han

Interview with Lana Condor

Interview with Noah Centineo
Interview with Ross Butler & Madeleine Arthur
Interview with Janel Parrish & Anna Cathcart

Cover photo credit: Netflix


  • Ivy Payne, Fashion Editor at Mochi, has always played dress up. Throughout her childhood living in Los Angeles (Culver City, specifically) she was known as best dressed. It wasn’t necessarily the brands she wore but how her outfits were effortlessly put together. She began her fashion career working for international mall developer, Westfield, then made her way to Marie Claire magazine. However, now she plays dress up on the big screen (or small, if you prefer the iPhone) as a Costume Designer, bringing life to characters through clothes. If she’s not storytelling with wardrobe, you’ll find her with personal clients making them feel and look their best.

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