Who can forget John Ambrose with that dashing smile of his! The cult favorite of To all the Boys 2: P.S I Still Love You made a predominant appearance in the second part of the movie more as it traced the friendship of Lara Jean played by Lana Condor and her longtime crush and now boyfriend Peter Kavinsky played by Noah Centineo.
The rom-com which portrays the beautiful story of love, friendship, and identifying and getting to know oneself as young adults, is the perfect movie to hold onto truly. It does make your heart skip a beat!
Why isn’t Jordan Fisher back as John Ambrose
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Various reasons were given for Jordan Fisher not coming back into To All the boys: Always and Forever. The most important of this was the fact that he didn’t have much of a part to play as most of his story was covered in the second part, To all the Boys 2: P.S I Still Love You.
Jordan Fisher was also busy with a couple of other things too and had his hands full. His second film, Work It which was released on the major broadcasting platform, Netflix. He also played the tie in one of the Bradway show called Dear Evan Hansen. Along with all of his, he donned the hat of a recording artist and released two singles meantime.
John Ambrose Plot
John Ambrose is introduced to us as one of the guys LaraJean has a crush on and to whom she has written a love letter also including others and one of them being Peter Kavinsky. Eventually, her sister Kitty played by Anna Cathcart send out these letters which result in Peter getting one fo the letter and love blossoming between them.
The Second part thought intends to talk about LJ and PK’s love story, takes an unexpected turn to the dashing John Ambrose, the UN guys sending a reply to the letter she had received from LJ and they spending the internship together, quite unexpectedly in fact!
The movie is based on the book titled Always and Forever Lara Jean does talk about what happens to John Ambrose after Part 2. It mentions him dating a girl named Dipti who he, at in Model Un, and a lovely affair for the duo.
Their love story is not that mentioned as the other characters but here’s young that the couple does make it through. Even though John Ambrose was a short role, Jordan Fisher was able to bring forth a memorable appearance of the character, something that made us yearn for more!
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