One of the hottest up and coming stars today who has a bright future ahead of him is Noah Centineo. He became a big deal after he played Peter Kavinsky in the Netflix original film, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (TATBILB). From watching him in that movie and others, he definitely has major star and heartthrob potential in Hollywood. He has even been dubbed, “The Internet’s Boyfriend.” Even though he became big after the premiere of TATBILB, he has been in other popular movies and television shows.
Noah Centineo Movies:
This 2018 Netflix original movie is based on the book written by Jenny Han. Lara Jean (Lana Condor) is a teenage girl who is afraid to show everyone who she truly is and put herself out there. That changes when her little sister Kitty sends 5 secret love letters Lara had written to the boys she’s loved over the years. Once they get sent, one of the boys, Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo), confronts her about it and they make a deal to be a fake couple so Lara can avoid talking to her crush. I honestly could go on and on, but won’t spoil it for anyone who hasn’t seen this amazing rom-com yet.
The sequel to TATBILB, the second book in Jenny Han’s series. In this movie, everything seems to be going perfect for Lara Jean. She is officially Peter Kavinsky’s girlfriend and their relationship is going well. However, this is until one of the boys who received her letter, John Ambrose McClaren, steps back into her life. Will she be tempted by John or will heart heart remain with Peter?
Even though he is only in a supporting role in Charlie’s Angels, we still included it on our list. This film is a reboot from the trilogy starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Liu. In this movie, the Angels (Sabina, Elena, and Jane) have to prevent a clean energy gadget from getting weaponized by criminals. Along the way, they encounter Langston (Noah Centineo), who works in software development with Elena, and he gets tangled up in everything going on.
Noah Centineo steals hearts yet again with his portrayal of Brooks Rattigan in the Netflix original movie, The Perfect Date. Brooks dreams of dating the most popular girl in school, having a fancy car, and going to Yale University. He one day has the bright idea to create a service, The Stand-In, where he would get paid to be a fake boyfriend for any occasion.
Yet another Netflix original Noah is in. When Noah’s character, Jamey, asks for Veronica’s (the popular girl) phone number, she purposely gives him Sierra’s (the loser) number to play a cruel joke. Unbeknownst to Jamey, he texts with Sierra back and forth believing he’s speaking to Veronica. A case of mistaken identity blooms into an unexpected relationship.
As with most college boys, all Lance (Noah Centineo) cares about is who he is hooking up with next. To help him, he and code wizard James join forces to create the best hook-up app called Jungle. However, chaos ensues when James finds out his mom is using it!
Noah’s character Johnny is stuck in a love triangle with Penny. She has always liked him, but starts to have eyes for the new boy in town, musician Ash. Who will she choose? This movie is set in Los Angeles, California.
Besides these movies, Noah Centineo is set to be in the upcoming movie Masters of the Universe as He-Man, and the Jackie Chan movie The Diary.
Noah Centineo TV Shows:
In The Fosters, foster kid Callie is placed with a lesbian couple who have adopted, foster, and biological children of their own. Their children are Mariana, Jude, Brandon, and Jesus. Noah Centineo plays older Jesus starting in Season 3 Episode 10.
Good Trouble is the spin-off series of The Fosters. It follows Callie and Mariana Foster as they navigate the real world moving to L.A. and becoming adults. Noah guest stars in the 8th episode, “Byte Club”.
Noah Centineo played Hawk in Seasons 2 & 3 of T@gged. The show follows a group of high school students who are targeted by the unknown person ‘Monkeyman’ after he uploads violent videos. All of the students are connected somehow through their past.
If you haven’t watched any of these Noah Centineo movies and tv shows, you should! You can’t go wrong with watching To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before first!