P.S. I Love You Is Getting A Sequel So Arm Yourself With a Box Of Tissues

P.S. I love you

It’s been 13 years since Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler ripped out our hearts and stomped all over them in the beloved film P.S. I Love You.

And if you thought you couldn’t possibly take anymore of the love story between Holly (Swank) and her late husband, Gerry (Butler) — a new sequel, Postscript, has been announced.

Alcon, the company that produced the original film, has signed on Cecilia Ahern who penned the novel which the 2007 movie was based and has already released its sequel, Postcript in England and Ireland in April 2019.

“A deeply emotional project for me, Postscript is the PS to my PS and while it is a sequel, it is also a story that stands alone about living a purposeful life in the face of illness, grief and loss,” the author wrote in a statement upon the book’s release.

“I hope that new readers and PS, I Love You fans alike will embrace Holly’s new journey.”

The new story follows Holly six years later when her sister asks her to tell her story on her podcast.

According to Variety, Alcon along with Black Label Media, will be co-financing and co-producing the new movie.

Still nursing grief from the loss, unresolved feelings are brought to the surface, however, the podcast also brings together a group of strangers who are seeking guidance on letters of their own.

It’s unclear whether the original cast of Swank, Butler, and others including Lisa Kudrow, Kathy Bates, and Harry Connick Jr will reprise their infamous roles — but it wouldn’t be P.S. I Love You without at least Swank at the helm.

The original film followed Holly who discovered a series of letters her husband sent to her before he died, all with the same ending, “P.S I love you” and grossed $156 million worldwide.

Grab the tissues, it sounds like we’re going to need them.