Noah Centineo just said something that'll probably break your heart if you love his movies
Noah, take that back.
Having shot to stardom and our lock screens after he played the irresistible and charming, Peter Kavinsky, in Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Noah is a busy man currently with a reported five flicks in the pipeline.
But, speaking recently about his movie roles, Noah has revealed something we do not want to hear. That he's basically done with playing "the boyfriend".
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Noah admitted that he was "hesitant" to take up his latest role in The Stand-In, where he acts as a Stand-in BF (fairly similar to TATBILB). Speaking to the publication, he said:
“Yeah, I was hesitant, because that's all I have played."
Continuing Noah admitted that his roles right now are a stepping stone for where he wants to go.
“Everything that I'm doing right now, everything that I have done or everything I have lined up are stepping stones. I'm not anywhere near where I want to be.”
So basically, he's done with playing the hot boyfriend *sobs*.
In the interview, the star admitted that he's interested in doing movies like the ones made by the Coen brothers. We're talking No Country For Old Men, Fargo, Burn After Reading... basically a genre very different to his current heartthrob, Romeo characters.
But thankfully we have a few more flicks of Noah playing sex on legs to enjoy, as he's set to star in Swiped, the Charlie's Angels reboot and Valet in the next year according to reports.
There is also chat about a To All The Boys I've Love Before sequel which we're praying to the Netflix gods turns into a reality.