8 details you probably missed in ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’

There are AT LEAST two versions of Peter and Lara Jean’s contract.

By Erin Cook

If you haven't already had the pleasure of viewing Netflix's new feel-good romantic comedy To All The Boys I've Loved Before, you have our full permission to drop whatever you're doing, run home and chuck it on the telly.

To All The Boys I've Loved Before is a good time. The movie follows Lara Jean as she tries to reclaim her sanity after her little sister mails love letters to all of Lara's former crushes — letters Lara Jean absolutely intended to remain private. One of the recipients of Lara Jean's love letters is Peter Kavinski — and, well, you'll have to watch the movie…

In our not-so-humble opinion, the movie's two leads, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, are going to be mega-stars. (And potentially an item? The pair have been doing a lot of interviews to promote TATBILB and they've been getting very flirty.)


While To All The Boys I've Loved Before might seem pretty straight-forward, there are quite a few blink-and-you'll-miss-them moments. The devil is in the detail — right?

From the error in Peter and Lara Jean's contract to Harry Styles' low-key cameo, there are eight moments you probably didn't notice:

1. There are at least two versions of Peter and Lara Jean's contract — you can tell from the handwriting on "SKI TRIP":

2. Those love letters were actual love letters:

Buzzfeed actually decoded Lara Jean's letter to Josh. It reads:

"Josh Sanderson, I liked you first. By all rights, you were mine and if it had been me, I'd have packed you in my suitcase and taken you with me, or, you know what, I would have stayed. I would have never left you. Not in a million years, not for anything. P.S. I still love you and that's a really huge problem for me and it's also a really huge surprise I swear I didn't know. All this time, I thought I was over it. How could I not be, when it's Margot you love? It's always been Margot."

3. Harry Styles made a low-key cameo:

4. Lara Jean's little sister, Kitty, wore a necklace that says 'feminist' throughout the film.

How cute is this: Kitty is a proud feminist. In light of this information, we forgive her for setting fire to Lara Jean's life by sending out the letters in the first place.

5. The book's author, Jenny Han, makes a cameo.

See that person lingering in the background at the school dance? That's the author of To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Jenny Han.

6. The party Lara Jean and Peter attended actually ended super early.

Feast your eyes on this screenshot, friends. The pair were home and checking each other's Instagrams by 7pm. This screenshot shows Lara liked the picture with Kavinsky at 6:30pm.

7. The photo that makes it to Lara Jean's phone background must have been taken on the same day that she and Peter argued about the ski trip.

Look! They're wearing the same outfits!

8. Speaking of Lara Jean's background… Apparently, it wasn't staged for the movie.

The film's director Susan Johnson revealed in an interview with ET that Lana and Noah were actually caught napping on each other on-set. "The two of them were in the green room on set at the high school location, in the area where we put the actors," Johnson said. "They actually were sleeping on the couch in that room like that, so we just stood over them and took that picture and it's so friggin' cute."