So, You Already Miss The Cast Of To All The Boys? Here's Some Good News

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The world fell head over heels for Lara Jean and Peter's love story in Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before. It was only natural that fans would turn their passion for this onscreen romance into an obsession with the entire cast. After all, To All The Boys is full of young, up-and-coming stars — perfect stanning material.
While they are waiting on word of a To All The Boys sequel (author Jenny Han has penned two more books in the Lara Jean-centric series), the cast of this rom-com are already doing a million different things. Two are joining the cast of separate highly-anticipated Freeform spin-offs. Another is gearing up for a "deadly" superhero series. A third is prepping for a horror movie sequel.
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Want to scope out where you can find your Netflix baes next? Click through to read what's next for this very cool cast.
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Lana Condor (Lara Jean)

The X-Men: Apocalypse star will appear in Alita: Battle Angel, out later this year, and also has an upcoming role in comic book series Deadly Class, about teens training to be the next generation of great assassins.

Condor told Refinery29 at a press junket that her role in Deadly Class was a huge win for her.

"I’m playing Saya, and she’s actually my dream role," Condor said. "I’m on cloud nine right now, because my dream role months ago was to be the lead in a rom-com, and my next dream role was to be badass assassin. And I got it!"
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Noah Centineo (Peter)

You won't have to wait very long to see more Peter Kavinsky — or, at least, the guy who plays him. Centineo will return to Netflix for romantic comedy Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, opposite Shannon Purser. Though he will not be a series regular (we can only be so lucky), Centineo will also reprise his role as Jesus on The Fosters spin-off Good Trouble.

The leading man in Camila Cabello's "Havana" video will also portray a college student who creates a dating app in comedy Swiped, out November 2018. Whoa, whoa, whoa.
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Israel Broussard (Josh)

The Extinction actor will re-team with Blumhouse for the sequel to the underrated horror comedy Happy Death Day.
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Janel Parrish (Margot)

The Pretty Little Liars alum may have left Rosewood behind, but she's not done with Mona Vanderwaal just yet. Just like Centineo will head to the Fosters spin-off, Parrish will join the Freeform series The Perfectionists, an extension of the PLL universe. Outside of TV, she'll join Mickey Rourke in upcoming boxing movie Tiger.
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Anna Cathcart (Kitty)

The somewhat diabolical but ultimately well-meaning Kitty will head to Disney Channel for the third film in the Descendants franchise, in which she portrays Dizzy.
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Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor (Greg)

According to IMDb, the YouTube star has a slew of films in the works, including horror movie parody The House Next Door, alien invasion flick Rim of the World, and sports drama #Speedball.
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Trezzo Mahoro (Lucas)

The Van Helsing actor has joined the cast of made-for-TV movie remake No One Would Tell, about a missing teen whose mother (Shannen Doherty) suspects foul play.
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Madeleine Arthur (Chris)

Arthur's role in To All The Boys proved she should really star in a Subway commercial, but according to her IMDb page, The Magicians actress will next be seen in indie drama Tell Me Why I Don't Like Mondays, about a California teen living a "drug-fueled" existence.
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Emilija Baranac (Genevieve)

Before she was a mean girl, Baranac had a very different role in a different fictional high school. The actress previously portrayed Black Hood victim Midge on teen drama Riverdale, but if you didn't recognize her, you're not alone. (Hairstyle makes a big difference, you guys!) The actress will next appear in TV movie Tempting Fate, alongside Alyssa Milano.
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John Corbett (Dan)

Of course you know where Corbett has been (Sex and the City, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and United States of Tara, to name a few killer credits), but he'll next appear in sci-fi flick The Silence, opposite Stanley Tucci and future Netflix star Kiernan Shipka.
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