Noah Centineo Just Hinted At His Next Movie Role And Honestly, It's Perfect

18 September 2018, 12:55

By Katie Louise Smith

He hasn't been cast in the role yet but if he does, it's honestly over for ALL of us.

It's been just over a solid month since Noah Centineo bulldozed his way into our lives and ruined us with his charm, his smile and ability to improvise the most basic of decent human behaviours on screen. The Netflix teen rom-com heartthrob has been everywhere; from To All The Boys I've Loved Before to Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, it seems like almost every film we've watched in the past 30 days has had him in it.

But his potential brand new project sounds like it's gonna blow those two movies out of the water. Prepare yourselves, kids, for ACTION ROM-COM HERO NOAH CENTINEO.

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Noah has been teasing a brand new project that he's currently reading for that could see him in a new romantic role - and he sounds very excited to play it.

“There’s one specific script out now that I want to do. It’s f*cking incredible,” Noah told Esquire. “It’s a romantic comedy action film. It’s just so perfect. So great—oh my God.”

Noah? In a Miss Congeniality/Mr & Mrs Smith-type action romance movie? WHERE DO I SIGN? Which casting director do I have to call to make this happen?


Noah hasn't actually got the role yet, but he sounds hella excited for it. In the meantime, if you're thirsty for some more Noah Centineo content, you'll be thrilled to know that he's got a fair amount of upcoming projects in the pipeline.

You can catch him next in Swiped, a movie about a "computer nerd who codes the ultimate hook up app but unexpected consequences ensue." (Noah plays Lance Black, the college hottie who persuades his roommate to build said hook up app...)

Then, you'll be able to catch him in The Stand In, opposite Laura Marano (Ally from Ally & Austin) and Riverdale's Camila Mendes. The synopsis? "In a clever scheme to raise money for college, Brooks Rattigan (Centineo) creates a dating app wherein he plays the roll of “stand-in” boyfriend for every kind of situation you can imagine. Through the journey of being a different person every night of the week, he finds out that the real Brooks isn’t who he thought at all and to his surprise falls for the real girl of his dreams."

Basically, if you loved To All The Boys, you're going to love this.

Anyway, about that action rom-com... MAKE IT HAPPEN, HOLLYWOOD!