After the recent release of “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You”, all the girl-fans of the movie are swooning for Jordan Fisher, playing John Ambrose in the film.
To All The Boys: P. S. I Still Love You
“To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” is a teen romantic drama movie, based on the 2015 novel by Jenny Han, “P.S. I Still Love You”.
The movie, aired on Netflix on February 12th, 2020, is a sequel to the 2018 “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”.
Ever since the first movie was released, we were hooked into the sweet love-story of Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky.
We’re all well-acquainted with the life of Lara Jean, which turns topsy-turvy as her sister posts all the letters she had written to every guy she had liked at one point.
The hilarious act, however, manages to make Lara Jean realize that she’s in love with Peter Kavinsky. Together both of them navigate the rocky love-life.
Who is Jordan Fisher?
Jordan Fisher, the man who is winning all hearts in the movie, portrays the character of John Ambrose McClaren. John is one of Lara Jean’s childhood crushes to whom a letter was posted in the previous film.
While the jerk-like behavior of Kavinsky starts to upset Lara Jean, John sweeps, with all the right traits. John plays the piano, loves spending time with the elderly, and loves Model U.N. Is it a match made in Heaven or what?
As John and Lara Jean start volunteering together at a nursing home, it is soon disclosed that Lara Jean’s childhood crush was not one-sided after all! John also harbors feelings for her.
Her current status of a tiresome and disappointing relationship with Peter pushes Lara Jean more towards John. Will the two of them become a thing? You’ll have to watch the movie to find out.
Jordan Fisher is an actor and singer, and we’ve all seen him before as Jacob in “The Secret Life of an American Teenager”.
The character he plays in this movie is very much similar to his real self. While the fans are still debating who they love better, Ambrose or Kavinsky, Fisher has undoubtedly made a place in the hearts of the audience.