Welcome to Lana Condor Fan, an unofficial fansite for the actress Lana Condor. You may know her from the popular films To All Boys I’ve Loved Before and X-Men: Apocalypse, and also the SyFy TV show Deadly Class. The goal of this site is to show appreciation for Lana while providing a resource of news and media for other fans.
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By admin on February 14, 2021 0 Comments
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What was making this last film like for you?

I remember thinking, “How did I get here?” I wanted nothing more than to finish it the way that I would be super proud of Lara Jean. So I was just hellbent; I was constantly talking to the director and the producers and writers and everyone like, “You guys, we need to show her stepping into the world as a young woman choosing herself for the first time.”

It was a crazy emotional experience, because the last few years have been the greatest ups and the greatest downs of my life. [She has said she felt burned out after the first film.] I love the movies, the friends I made in the movies, the story — I love the color scheme of our movies, the pinks and the teals. So knowing it’s the last time I’ll be in the bedroom, the last time I’ll be in the school, all these things that I’ve been spending so much time in in the past three years, is emotional. I’m going to miss it a lot.

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By admin on February 02, 2021 0 Comments
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Lana has been featured in and on the cover of the February 2021 issue of Self Magazine! In it, she talks about her struggles with mental health and body dysmorphia, as well as saying goodbye to her TATB character Lara Jean. It’s such a lovely and very vulnerable piece, and I highly recommend reading it and watching the feature video.

In the gallery, I’ve added the photoshoot, magazine cover, and screen captures from the video. Enjoy!

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“I was on the phone with my team and I had this moment where I just was in tears, telling them that I don’t feel okay. And they were all shocked because I wasn’t open about my feelings,” she said. “No one knew. When I had that conversation with them, it was like a new beginning. Now I know the power of sharing that.” In addition to her team, Lana has leaned on her parents. “My mom and my dad are so supportive and we’ve had conversations about ‘Lana, you need to stop. You’re clearly unhappy’…’Okay, let’s figure out the root of that.’ My parents have been a great sounding board.”

Condor knows some people might dismiss her mental health struggles, chalking them up to “Champagne problems” given all the comforts that come with her success. But opening up in this way has been monumental for her. 

“I’m talking about my mental health and my heart. And that’s something that I completely threw away for the sake of others. So once I shared it and was vulnerable with my team, it was a huge change,” Condor said. “They really have helped me navigate the industry now in a much more healthy way, where I feel like I can do what I love and also be the person that I want to be for myself.”

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By admin on January 27, 2021 0 Comments
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Lana has been featured in Vogue Singapore! This is her very first shoot for Vogue and it came out so beautifully. There is also an article, where she talks about saying goodbye to the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series.

At just 23 years old, the Asian-American actress has achieved the kind of fame that would take most people a lifetime to attain. Since taking on the role of Lara Jean Covey in 2018, Condor has exploded in popularity. It’s hard to pinpoint, but there’s something about her earnestness and sincerity on screen that draws audiences closer to her.

But this February marks a turning point in the young actress’s life as the franchise finally comes to a close. “I have a lot of mixed feelings,” Condor says. “It was such an emotional experience because To All the Boys has been such a huge part of my life. It’s been so formative for me as a young adult.”

We’re chatting on Zoom almost one year after my set visit to Seoul, but the feelings and memories of wrapping the film are still vivid for the actress. “There’s a lot of me that I put into the character and it has defined so much of who I am as a young adult,” she muses. “And so saying goodbye to that chapter in my life feels monumental, like something that I’m not quite ready to do.”

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By admin on March 05, 2019 0 Comments
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Lana is featured on the cover of Elle Canada for April 2019! I’ve added some scans from the issue to the gallery.

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By admin on February 05, 2019 0 Comments
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Another magazine cover! This time, Lana’s featured on the cover of Cosmo’s March 2019 issue. I’ve added some photos to the gallery. You can pick up Cosmo’s March 2019 issue on newsstands February 12th!

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Three and a half years ago, Lana Condor was 18 years old and had no idea how to be famous. She’d never been to a splashy industry party, worn designer clothes, or signed an autograph. Every time a flashbulb went off, she flinched.
At this point, she’d just finished shooting her first role (a small part in a big X-Men movie), but it hadn’t come out yet, and she wasn’t sure if acting could be a real career. She’d finished high school and thought she kinda might want to be a journalist like her dad. But at the end of the summer in 2015, her publicist snagged her an invite to a party for Emmy nominees in Beverly Hills, Lana’s first big event. She wore a bright orange minidress, a high pony, and a sparkly clutch. She looked like an impossibly chic tangerine.
“Oh my god, I’m so cool,” she thought as she posed for photographers.
And then, just like in our dreams (and at least 80 percent of Sex and the City episodes), Lana had That Moment. She locked eyes with a tall, shaggy-haired guy at the bar. Later, she felt a tap on her shoulder and turned around. It was him.
“Hi, I’m Anthony,” he said with an outstretched hand and noticeably sweet eyes. “I thought I would make a friend.”

Read more at Cosmopolitan.com!