12 Surprising Facts That Will Change the Way You Watch "To All the Boys I've Loved Before"
Posted in News on Jan 20th, 2019
You've heard all the buzz about the movie - and the books. It's groundbreaking, heartwarming, and an instant cult hit for teens. With the mostly Asian-American cast, relatable characters, and several new faces, To All the Boys I've Loved Before has the potential to be a timeless classic. What you may not know is that the young cast had a huge hand in making the movie what it was - and some of these behind the scenes facts about your new favorite Netflix original might outstand you.
12. Lana Condor is From A Mixed Family
Lana Condor was born in Vietnam and adopted by an Irish and Hungarian couple. In fact, her father, Bob Condor, wrote a series of articles about the adoption process for the Chicago Tribune. Her upbringing helped her connect with her character of Lara Jean and ad authenticity to her role. She tells Teen Vogue, “So, in a way, I grew up in a mixed household, because my brother and I are Asian, and our parents are white.”