Lana Condor is eager to rock Lara Jean's adorable outfits—and the equally adorable Peter Kavinsky on her arm—sooner rather than later.

The leading lady of To All the Boys I've Loved Before is champing at the bit for a sequel to the hit-novel-turned-hit-Netflix film.

While Netflix has yet to officially green-light a follow-up flick, it's likely that the teenage rom-com, which was a smash success upon its August release and has retained a large cult following, will eventually receive the sequel it deserves.

"Nothing’s official but I don’t see why they wouldn’t," Condor shared with Entertainment Weekly earlier this week. "I’ve heard stuff, but I think there’s a very high chance we’ll get a sequel."

The actress also urged Netflix to make a move soon.

"They better hop on it pretty soon because Noah and I [are getting busy]," she quipped, adding that she's doing a show called Deadly Class as well as a movie in Romania, while her co-star, Noah Centineo, is equally booking up with roles.

"He’s doing Charlie’s Angels. He’s doing another movie that he just booked. It comes down to availability and I hope they lock us in soon ... I think they’re trying to be strategic but hopefully they’ll lock it in. We all want a sequel!"

While the cast waits for news of a sequel to To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Condor revealed that she not only "absolutely" keeps in touch with her onscreen sisters, but also her onscreen boyfriend as well.

"I was just on the phone with Noah a couple days ago because we were filling each other in with Charlie’s Angels and with this show," she shared.

If a film sequel does manifest, it'll be interesting to see if Netflix forges ahead with its own story or if the film will follow the events of the novel's actual sequels, Jenny Han's 2015 book P.S. I Still Love You and 2017's Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

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