If you read To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, by Jenny Han, then you were already in love with its characters and the story. When Netflix announced its adaptation, you waited with anticipation and hoped it would be just as good as the books, praying with fingers crossed that Netflix wouldn’t mess it up. Taking a leap of good faith you watched the rom-com and it was everything you hoped it would be and more. It made you laugh, sigh with content, and want your own boyfriend. One of the reasons why is because of the worlds newest favorite Noah Centineo.
Noah Centineo is everyone’s newest fav, not because he’s your typical good looking 22-year-old, its because the movie portrayed him as the boy we didn’t get to have during our high school days. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before gave everyone a glimpse at Centineo’s charismatic character Peter Kavinsky. That left all of us wondering, could Centineo be just as adorable, fun, and gracious as his character Peter Kavinsky? The answer is yes, think of Centineo as modern day version of Patrick Verona without the “bad boy” persona that turned out not to be true if you watched the film 10 Things I Hate About You.
Now that Centineo is the world’s newest heartthrob, all of the fame doesn’t seem to be affecting Centineo and his charm remains. In a recent interview, he told ET’s, Courtney Tezeno,
“I’ll say the same thing I’ve kind of said before in anticipation, the outer world is going to change for sure, whether that’s more people knowing who I am or the jobs coming in, but I want my inner space to stay the same,” Centineo said. “That’s really important to me.”
We know that Centineo will be around for a while and I know that I’m not the only one who hopes that he never goes away. With that said we all can’t wait to see what other projects Centineo will be involved in and where his acting career will take him and hope he branches out to other things, whether its another rom-com, action, or drama film.
We love you, Noah!