Hollywood might be full of young stars with celebrity parents — but there are also many up-and-comers who come from adopted families. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before actress Lana Condor, for example, is one of those adopted stars. The Netflix personality has been very open about her own adoption experience throughout the years. Her and her brother were both born in Vietnam, and she was adopted when she was just four months old.
Lana Condor is getting married to Anthony De La Torre, and she has lots of thoughts about her big day. The actor — who stars in Netflix's new teen supernatural comedy "Boo B*tch," which premiered on July 8 — is taking a laid-back approach to her upcoming nuptials.
Boo, Bitch Ending: Lana Condor And Zoe Colletti Share The Sneaky Things They Did On Set To Make The Twist Work
The stars of Netflix's latest series share their secrets from set in regards to Boo, Bitch's surprise reveal.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Two big-named actresses were honored Friday night at the 22nd Annual Maui Film Festival. Lana Condor and Christina Ricci were recognized for their outstanding performances and social impact in the entertainment industry. Condor, the star of Netflix’s hit film “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” was...
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Boo, Bitch’ On Netflix, Where Lana Condor Plays A Teen That Dies But Still Has To Finish High School
Lana Condor has been a reliable go-to for Netflix since she starred in the massive hit romcom To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before in 2018. Now, they’ve given her an entire limited series for her to play a wistful teen who wants to be seen and find some love. But the twist here is that she’s going to try to do all that while she’s very, very dead. BOO, BITCH: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT? Opening Shot: A shot of tall trees from the ground. A voice says, “I always dreamed of living an epic high school life. But even as a senior...
After closing the chapter on her run as Lara Jean Covey in the beloved To All the Boys trilogy, Lana Condor was planning her next move when she received a screenplay from recent USC graduates Tim Schauer and Kuba Soltysiak, who had written a lead role with her in mind. It was a script that she couldn’t resist and, as she puts it, left her “on the floor laughing and freaking out.”
If you loved MTV’s Awkward but wished that at least one of the characters had been a ghost, has Netflix got a new show for you. With its self-centered lead, hyperactive bestie and parents with absolutely no boundaries whatsoever, Boo, Bitch! leaves no Awkward box unchecked. Heck, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t also see shades of Matty McKibben in Boo, Bitch!‘s dreamy-but-sensitive male lead.
We, as a society, need to come together to talk about the darling Lana Condor, her new Netflix series Boo, Bitch, and what the everlasting heck is going on with her career. Ever since the 25-year-old actress first popped off the screen in Netflix’s dreamy teen rom-com, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lana Condor has seen fated for superstardom. Throughout that movie trilogy, she played Lara Jean Covey as the perfect ingenue. She had an adorable mix of girl-next-door sweetness and innate soulfulness. She was the ideal romantic comedy heroine, oddly relatable and aspirational at the same time. With one performance, Condor basically did cartwheels on a tightrope few actresses have ever been to conquer. She was giving us young Emma Stone, young Meg Ryan, even young Audrey Hepburn. Condor’s obvious next step should have superstardom.
To All the Boys actress Lana Condor stars in the leading role of Erika Vu in the comedy miniseries Boo, Bitch. If you’re curious about what this show is all about, we’ve got you covered!. Boo, Bitch is a new original series created by Tim Schauer, Kuba Soltysiak,...
Paranormal encounters are nothing new to Lana Condor, the star of Netflix's upcoming ghost comedy Boo, Bitch. Condor told Entertainment Weekly that she was drawn to the limited series because she's "had very weird paranormal things happen to me or happen around me." "I remember I had dinner with the...
Boo, Bitch is now available to stream on Netflix and people are loving the comedy miniseries. The show follows Erika, a young teen trying to navigate life and quickly accomplish her goals after a tragic accident leaves her as a ghost. But it wouldn’t be a teen series without the protagonist finding love. Over the course of the season, we watch Erika and Jake C.’s (Lana Condor and Mason Versaw) love story unfold. Things between the two aren’t always good, but the audience knows that deep down they’re meant to be.
How Lana Condor And The Boo, Bitch Cast Made Their Netflix Comedy More Than Just A Mean Girls Homage
The cast behind Netflix's latest series Boo, Bitch share why it's a lot like Mean Girls.
Lana Condor has opened up about the struggles she had with her physical appearance, noting that she is now working on "positive self-image and self-talk." "I think right now positive self-image and self-talk is probably one that I'm working on the most," the 25-year-old actress told Wondermind, ET Canada reported Wednesday. "And that's a practice that you kind of have to do every day."
Everyone absolutely loved Lana Condor’s portrayal of Lara Jean Covey in the popular To All the Boys film series. The romantic comedy films instantly shot Lana to stardom and everyone started to know her name. Of course, with fame comes people wanting to know everything about Lana, including the juicy details like her relationship status. Now that she’s set to star in Boo, Bitch, people have become even more curious about who she could possibly be in a relationship with.
The days are flying by and we’re only two days away from Boo, Bitch‘s release on Netflix. As always, we want to make sure you’re fully prepared for what will surely be a hilariously funny original series. So we’ve decided to share the parents guide and age rating right below.
When she's not stealing our hearts in the To All the Boys franchise, Lana Condor is giving us glimpses of her real-life love story with Anthony De La Torre. The pair first met in 2015 at an Emmys party, and they instantly hit it off. In fact, Condor admitted that De La Torre has been writing her love letters ever since they started dating, just like her TALB character Lara Jean!