Noah Centineo's Next Role Is A World Away From 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'
Tom Cruise is quaking.
It looks as though there’s going to be no escaping Noah Centineo as the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before heartthrob is gearing up to star as an undercover driver in his next film, Valet.
After landing roles in the Charlie’s Angels reboot and an upcoming film about a tech-wiz, titled Swiped, Noah’s now venturing into the world of action heroes.
Valet is an upcoming movie about a love story that will centre on Noah’s mission to help the government in taking down an international arms dealer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Consider us sold.
The part where Noah becomes a valet is when he has to go undercover in order to assist the government, and let’s be real here, he got plenty of practice playing Peter Kavinsky and chauffeuring Lara Jean Covey around.
Even though there’s no one else currently set to star alongside Noah, we’re holding out hope for a really good cast, especially since Noah’s fame is skyrocketing. We deserve only the best.
The film will be directed by Assaf Berstein and is based on a script by Jason Hall, the guy behind American Sniper.
“From the moment I read this script I wanted to make it. With talent like Noah and Assaf, it’s in great hands and we will see an awesome movie,” the film’s producer, Mark Burg, has said.
Brb while we go re-watch TATBILB and Sierra Burgess Is A Loser to feed our Noah habit while we wait for his upcoming projects to drop.