Netflix cancels upcoming ‘To All The Boys…’ Manila fan meet due to ‘coronavirus situation’

‘To All the Boys’: you’re being stood up. Sorry. Photo: Netflix.
‘To All the Boys’: you’re being stood up. Sorry. Photo: Netflix.

Still mulling whether it’s worth braving packed crowds amid the Wuhan virus scare to see the stars of the hit rom-com Netflix film To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo?

Well, mull no more! Netflix announced today that they will be canceling a Manila fan meet promoting the film’s upcoming sequel P.S. I Still Love You, which was originally slated for Feb. 15.

On its social media accounts, the streaming giant said that they’ve canceled the event in light of “the recent coronavirus situation,” adding that Pinoy fans’ safety and well-being was their top priority.

No details yet as to whether the event will be pushed to a later date.

The post was followed up with a letter, purportedly from the film’s stars saying they were disappointed about the cancellation, but that they were “kilig” (or thrilled with romantic excitement) over Pinoy fans’ support, and would see them “soon.”

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before was a surprise 2018 runaway hit about a girl named Lara Jean who accidentally sends her secret stash of private love letters to, well,  all the boys she’s loved before.

The teen romance made waves for casting an Asian-American actress as the lead of a predominantly Caucasian cast, though it also received some flak for not including an Asian male love interest.

The sequel, P.S. I Still Love You, is set to debut on the streaming site on Feb. 12.

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