Twitter Has Mixed Reactions About The New John Ambrose In The 'To All The Boys' Sequel

Who says John Ambrose HAS TO BE blonde and blue-eyed?
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Today is a blessed day because Lana Condor, Jenny Han, and Netflix finally announced the new actor who's going to play the character of John Ambrose McClaren in P.S. I Still Love You, the sequel to the hit film To All The Boys I've Loved Before. It's none other than 25-year-old Jordan Fisher

Where we last saw him: Grease: Live (2016), Hamilton in Broadway (2016), Dancing With The Stars (2017), and Rent: Live (2019).

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Recap: John Ambrose, along with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) and a few other guys, receives a love letter from Lara Jean. He appears briefly (just for a few seconds, actually) during the end credits of To All The Boys, holding LJ's letter and some flowers. 

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How are fans feeling about the recast? Some are definitely ALL FOR IT. Who says a person of color (POC) can't play the character, right? And we can totally see Jordan's charm just from the video Lana Condor posted today. 

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Some fans are screaming "justice for Jordan Burtchett," the actor who appeared as John Ambrose in the first film: 

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While others are having mixed feelings about Peter K and John Ambrose as early as now. And if you read the books, you'll totally understand why!  

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