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“What it’s about: This is the sequel to To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. Things take a turn when another boy who received one of Lara Jean’s love letters comes back into her life.
What we know: According to IMDB, this will drop on Netflix on February 12, 2020 — just in time for Valentine’s Day! Jordan Fisher (Teen Wolf) will take over the role of John Ambrose. We only have a few more months to go before we can officially stream this one!”
“It’s widely accepted that Shakespeare worked with an uncredited author to complete “Henry VIII.” Now, a new algorithm provides further proof that credit for the play should be evenly split between the Bard and his contemporary, John Fletcher.
The five-act recounting of the British monarch’s life marks a stylistic departure from the master playwright’s earlier works, but historians haven’t agreed on whom partial credit belongs.”