Jordan Fisher, best known for his role as John Ambrose in, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, a Netflix hit sequel based on a book series by Jenny Han. Micheal Lewen is set to direct the adaptation of the book written by Jennifer E. Smith. The book was initially adapted by Ben York Jones with the script’s current draft, having been written by Any Reed. Producer Matt Kaplan will be producing the film through Ace Entertainment with Fisher executive producing. Kaplan and Fisher worked together already on the Netflix hit To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.
Hello, Goodbye, And Everything In Between follows Clare and Aidan, who are about to go off to college, must figure out their relationship before leaving. They find themselves retracing the steps of their relationship to help them determine what their future should be. On their last evening as a couple, they go on an epic date that takes them to familiar landmarks, unexpected places, and surprising revelations. As the end of date approaches, they have to make a choice: Do they say goodbye forever, or is it only goodbye for now?
Fisher told Deadline, “I was fortunate enough to enter a really special space with the To All The Boys family. We got to make magic, and I’m THRILLED to do that again with the same family, but with a new story. I adore Matt and the entire ACE team, and I can’t wait to get back to set with this particular film and have the opportunity to work behind the camera as an executive producer.”