Author Jenny Han’s best-selling novel “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” is getting a film adaptation, with Lana Condor set to play the protagonist, a daydream-happy high school junior.
The project, from Awesomeness Films, looks to be female-run, with Susan Johnson directing and Sofia Alvarez writing, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Condor, a Vietnamese American actress who was last seen in the latest “X-Men” film, will work alongside John Corbett (“My Big Fat Greek Wedding”), who plays her father.
Han’s book, released in 2014, tells the story of Lara Jean Song, a 16-year-old who keeps a box of secret love letters she’s written to every boy she’s ever crushed on. One day, her letters are mailed to all the boys — and chaos ensues.
Condor will also appear in the big-budget sci-fi film “Alita: Battle Angel,” expected out next year.