Noah Centineo Looks EXACTLY Like A Young Mark Ruffalo And The Internet Is Losing It

24 August 2018, 15:34

Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

Noah Centineo looks SO much like Mark Ruffalo, the internet think he's his actual son.

It's official - Noah Centineo is the internet's new boyfriend. The 22-year-old heartthrob who plays Peter Kavinsky in Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before has captured the hearts of everyone on the internet for a whole host of reasons. But none more so than the fact that he bares a striking resemblance to the internet's current woke, unproblematic and pure husband Mark Ruffalo.

Before he was Bruce Banner/the Hulk/the strongest Avenger, Mark Ruffalo was known to the masses as a rom-com God. His roles in 13 Going On 30, Just Like Heaven and Rumor Has It (to name a few) cemented him as one of the 00's best rom-com love interests and now that Noah has arrived on the scene, people can't believe how similar they look, act and talk, despite not being related.

Noah Centineo Mark Ruffalo
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Seriously, once you see it, you'll never be able to unsee it. This is your life now. You're gonna be stuck in the Centineo/Ruffalo vortex forever. Take a look inside the evidence locker...

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They could honestly play father and son! They should play father and son!

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Look at them... LOOK!

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If anyone has to play young Matt Flamhaff in a future 13 Going On 30 sequel then we think we've found our man.

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OK BUT ALSO WHAT IF THE HULK HAD A SON?!

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BuzzFeed really did come through with the goods.

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People are also pitching ideas for movies...

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... and they're all so perfect.

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The internet isn't the only one who think he bares a striking resemblance to our Lord and Saviour Ruffalo, Centineo himself knows he looks like him too.

In a recent interview with Vulture, the To All The Boys star elaborates on how often people comment on the likeness between the two, and on much he'd love to play opposite Ruffalo in a movie.

"Ever since I can really remember auditioning in L.A., people — even if I was too inexperienced — they’d be like 'Yeah, he’s a little green, but you remind us of Mark Ruffalo.' And I think it’s great. I guess it’s just my mannerisms, like the way I talk, the way my eyes move around maybe when I’m thinking …? I don’t know!"

He continued: "Oh my God, my dream would be doing a film with [Ruffalo] as his son or something."

That's it, we need a Centineo/Ruffalo screen test recorded and sent to Netflix by 9am tomorrow. TWITTER, DO YA THING!