Today, Netflix dropped the first official trailer for To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, which comes to Netflix on February 12th! Watch the trailer below. I’ve also added some promotional stills and screen captures from the trailer to the gallery.
Today Entertainment Weekly released exclusive photos giving us a first look at the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot! Noah co-stars in the movie alongside Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska as the angels and he’s playing a character named Langston, although we don’t know much about him yet:
When asked what Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’s breakout star) is doing in this scene with Balinska’s Jane, Banks gets tight-lipped. “I don’t want to give too much away about Noah,” she says of his character, Langston, “but he’s a friend mostly to Naomi’s character.” The Angels clearly have plenty of allies, but that doesn’t mean they can’t accomplish their goals on their own. “I mean, women can do anything,” Banks says. “That’s not just my personal belief. That’s the core belief of Charlie’s Angels.”
Read more at EW!
I’ve added over 1600 HD screen captures from Noah’s recent movie Swiped to the gallery! You can view them all here.
The official trailer for Noah’s upcoming movie The Perfect Date (previously titled “The Stand-In”) was released today! I’ve added some screen captures from the trailer to the gallery! You can see the movie on Netflix starting April 12th.
Noah attended the 2019 Kids’ Choice Awards last night in LA! He also won the award for Favorite Male Actor for his role in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. This was his first KCA award. Congrats, Noah! I’ve added some photos to the gallery and you can watch his acceptance speech below.
Noah appeared on The Fosters spin-off show Good Trouble last night! I’ve added over 400 screen captures to the gallery.
“Now, I put my hand here,” Noah Centineo instructs as he slides his hand in the back pocket of my jeans. “And then we walk a little, like this.” He leads me around the Coney Island Aquarium like that: hip to hip, smiling at each other, his hand, to reiterate, in the back pocket of my jeans. I’ve just shamelessly asked him to re-create his signature move from Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, an adaptation of Jenny Han’s YA novel, in which he plays Peter Kavinsky, the high-school jock at the center of the film’s romantic plotline. I watched the movie and mentally flagged this scene — where he’s trying to convince a cafeteria full of students he’s dating the protagonist, Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) — as the one that made me wonder, Who is that guy? It’s a moment that belongs in a clip reel of classic, chemistry-laden movie moments, and I, a journalist, wondered if it could inspire the same feelings when executed in real life.
Centineo tells me how he totally improvised the move during filming. It was a thing he used to do with his ex-girlfriend. They’d be walking around, like we are now, and he’d realized he could sort of dance her around by the pocket and turn her, “just like this,” and boom, propelled by just a tug on my pocket, I’m suddenly facing him. We’re pelvis to pelvis. He’s smiling, comfortably, and I’m confronted with his hazel eyes, the scent of clean laundry, and pure pheromones. I sort of squeal, I think? Who can say, because I definitely black out for a second.
Read more at The Cut!