The Truth Behind Lara Jean’s Lock Screen In ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Will Have You In Tears
It may also break your heart, depending on how emotionally invested you are in making Noah Centineo your husband.
Having only just gotten over the fact that 'To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before' stars Noah Centineo and Lana Condor aren’t actually dating in real life (despite having the greatest on screen chemistry of all time), we’ve been hit with a new behind the scenes story that has knocked us for ten.
You know that shot where you see Lara Jean Covey’s lock screen as she contemplates her true feelings for Peter Kavinsky? Well the movie’s director, Susan Johnson, has told ET Online the cutest fact we have ever heard about the origin of the pic.
"The two of them were in the green room on set at the high school location, in the area where we put the actors. They actually were sleeping on the couch in that room like that, so we just stood over them and took that picture and it’s so friggin’ cute.
“So yeah, we just borrowed it from our crew member. (Laughs.) There wasn’t [a scene]. I could make something up, but I actually think it’s cute that they hang out like that."
Okay we can't breathe, thanks Susan Johnson. But as if that wasn’t enough, a few more BTS moments have been revealed to ensure our emotions are never the same.
The moment where Kavinsky spins Covey round with his hand in her back pocket was entirely improvised, and actually something ‘natural flirt’ Centineo did in rehearsal.
"He did it in the rehearsal and I was like, 'That is beautiful, we're going to change the shot around!'" Johnson also told ET Online. "He's a natural flirt so he knew what he was doing. The hot tub, it's just their chemistry. There's a little of Noah there and a little of Peter there."
Don’t remind us of the hot tub, we’re trying not to be a crying mess today.