Lara Jean – is that you?! If you are a fan of both To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and scary movies, well then you are about to seriously freak out. Netflix has come out with a spooky trailer for the teen romantic comedy, and it is quite dark. But don’t get too excited. There’s not an actual horror version being made. It was totally just created in the spirit of Halloween.

In this scary movie remake, titled To All the Boys I’ve Killed Before, Lara Jean is not who we all thought she was. While we’re used to seeing the chippy, innocent high schooler in a positive light, the spoof depicts Lara Jean as a creepy killer. And it looks like Noah Centineo‘s character, Peter Kavinsky, is in on her scheme.

This comes shortly after Netflix released a terrifying trailer of another fan-fav Netflix teen rom-com, The Kissing Booth. They changed the meaning of “killing it,” and while we weren’t quite sure who was trying to kill who in the mash-up of clips, it was most definitely creepy AF. While a horror movie version of either film isn’t actually happening, fans can’t help but wonder if To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will get an actual sequel. There has not been an announcement yet, but the cast – and everyone involved in the making of the first one – is totally down.

“All I know is that every single person involved in the making of that film wants a sequel,” Noah, 22, said in an interview with Variety. “We’ve all talked about it in depth. I’ll do as many as they want me!” And Lana, 21, totally agreed, as she told People, “I know I can speak for the whole cast, we all want a sequel very badly. I think it would be crazy to not have a sequel.”

Here’s to hoping for a sequel!

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