To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is only some months previous, however already, heartthrob Noah Centineo has joined the Hollywood Crush Hall of Fame. In the movie, Centineo performs a lovably prone jock. But it’s the little thrives—a face crinkle right here, a “whoa, whoa, whoa!” there—that in reality became the actor right into a viral sensation.
His newest sufferer? James Corden, who welcomed Centineo to The Late Late Show Thursday, and temporarily discovered himself utterly smitten along with his new visitor.
In maintaining along with his time-honored custom of recreating iconic love tales, Corden made up our minds to remake To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before—and forged himself within the position of Lara Jean Covey. Like Lara Jean, Corden writes a letter to Centineo that he by no means sends, wherein he gushes about the entire issues they’d talk about if Centineo had been a visitor at the display. As within the film, Centineo receives the letter anyway; after he and Corden get to understand every different, he concurs to formally transform Corden’s visitor. But issues move south when the actor discovers he isn’t the best one his host pined over in a letter. To win again Centineo, Corden reaches just a little additional again into rom-com historical past—with the assistance of some poster forums and a Sharpie.
During his sit-down with Corden, which in truth aired Wednesday night time, Centineo recalled the primary time he met the Late Late Show host a few 12 months in the past—and knowledgeable Corden that he would seem on his program. When, requested Corden? “Eventually!” mentioned Centineo. Considering how lengthy actors can plug away in Hollywood earlier than discovering themselves on a past due night time sofa, that turnaround is lovely spectacular. Centineo additionally confirmed off an embarrassing headshot from his teenager years—which, you recognize, had been so, so way back.
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