'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Actor Noah Centineo Has A New Netflix Movie
To All The Boys I've Loved Before star Noah Centineo has another Netflix rom com coming out, and he's playing *another* fake boyfriend (not that anyone minds).
The actor's latest gig sees him take on the role of Brooks Rattigan in The Perfect Date, a teen desperately trying to save up money so that he can go to college.
And to do so, he creates an app where he can essentially be rented for a night (calm down, you can't actually do it), but he ends up falling in love with the girl of his dreams while on one of these so-called 'dates'.
Disney star Laura Marano and Riverdale's Camila Mendes appear in the movie alongside Noah, although we don't know which woman he falls head over heels for.
Camila plays Shelby Pace a 'beautiful, fashionable, private school student who is bored by her wealthy male suitors', while Laura has been cast as Celia Lieberman, 'the daughter of wealth and privilege with a fierce urge to be herself at all costs', reports Deadline.
Netflix shared two stills from its latest rom com original on Instagram of the cast in their new roles.
"Very Important Announcement Alert@ncentineo will pretend to be your boyfriend this summer! Well, he will in the Netflix original movie "The Perfect Date" w/ @camimendes and @lauramarano," said the streaming giant.
Netflix added in the official tagline for the flick that Noah's character Dan is 'playing a different character every night of the week leads him to question who he really is... and who he wants to be with'.
Noah became the internet's boyfriend following his role as Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys I've Loved Before with Lara Jean Covey last August.
And fans of the Netflix original movie were jumping for joy when they heard that a sequel was confirmed in December.
The subscription streaming giant says that The Perfect Date is set for a summer release, so hold tight for more details.
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