Lana Condor Movies, Upcoming Roles, New Lana Condor TV Shows


It is hard to image Lana Condor playing any other character beside Lara Jean Covey in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. However, we did fall in love with her amazing acting abilities that made her character so relatable for us. Up until this point, the star has not acted in much else, with her first big movie role being Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse. Have no fear, though! The actress is set to star in THREE new movies and one TV show. Scroll down to learn more about her newest roles!

Lexi, Summer Night

Although there isn’t much to go on about this movie, Summer Night seems like a rom-com, which is obviously something we are used to seeing Lana in. The movie also features Victoria Justice and Analeigh Tipton. What a squad! We are super interested to see what this movie is all about.

Koyomi, Alita: Battle Angel

According to the description on the trailer’s YouTube, Alita: Battle Angel is about “an epic adventure of hope and empowerment.” Lana will be playing Koyomi in the film, based on a graphic novel, that is directed by James Cameron (you know, the director of Titanic AND Avatar!). December 21 can’t come soon enough!

Saya Kuroki, Deadly Class

Lana must have a thing for comics. She is starring as Saya Kuroki on the new Syfy original series Deadly Class. From the promos, her character looks bad-ass, which will be a stark difference from Lara Jean. It is awesome to see just how versatile the actress is! We are totally going to be on the lookout for this premiere next year!

TBD, Warning

The sci-fi thriller Warning is currently in pre-production, and it was only recently that Lana announced she’s part of the cast.

According to Deadline, this movie “explores loneliness, death and the meaning of life when vastly disparate lives collide in interweaving stories set in a near future Earth.” Sounds dark for the actress who just played the quirky Lara Jean Covey, but we know she is going to rock this role!

We are hoping to add another to the list, eventually: the sequel to TATBILB!

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