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Teen Halloween Dance planning is underway at Steele Library

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The Story Behind the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Photo of Lara Jean and Peter Napping

The Story Behind the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Photo of Lara Jean and Peter Napping

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By now, you’ve probably (hopefully!) seen what is arguably the best rom-com ever to hit Netflix, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. If so, you might have noticed there’s a scene where we briefly get a glimpse of on Lara Jean’s phone’s lock screen toward the end of the movie, which has a picture of her and fake-boyfriend-turned-real-boyfriend Peter Kravinsky taking a nap together. And now we finally know the backstory.

During an interview with Entertainment Tonight this week, director Susan Johnson was asked about the sweet photo of Lara Jean and Peter. Earlier in the film, we see Lara Jean and Peter snap pics of each other to use as their lock screen photos, but we never witness the creation of this napping snap, and it’s sent TATBILB fans speculating relentlessly about its origins. In the interview, however, Johnson set the record straight — and it’s purer and more precious than anything you could’ve ever imagined.

“I don’t think this will blow any magic in telling you what happened with that. That was actually one of our crew members who took that photo,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “The two of them were in the green room on set at the high school location, in the area where we put the actors. They actually were sleeping on the couch in that room like that, so we just stood over them and took that picture and it’s so friggin’ cute.”

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A fellow reader i know who started reading sandman when it first came out (3 years before my birth), said he had read somewhere that one of the many reason you created and started writing it was that you were tired of people saying superman was to powerful and boring. Is this true?

Very very loosely. I'd noticed conversations where writers and artists at the time were determined to make Superman less powerful because they were saying you couldn't have good stories if someone had god-like powers. And I thought that you really could...

Stories are about people. Not powers. And God comics seemed like an excellent place to go.

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