Noah Centineo recreated TATBILB with James Corden instead of Lara Jean, and it's glorious
It’s pretty safe to say that Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was the movie of summer (at least for all of us rom-com aficionados). It featured relatable AF heroine Lana Condor, on-point styles, and yes, one Mr. Peter Kavinsky, aka Noah Centineo. The film made the Fosters star a household name and arguably launched his career into the Hollywood major leagues. Which is why we’re currently obsessed with this TATBILB parody featuring Centineo and…James Corden.
Yep. In a pre-taped segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden called “To All The Guests I’ve Loved Before,” the host steps in to replace the movie’s main character, Lara Jean. The sketch features sweet moments, the hands-in-each-others’-pockets move, and a major fight after Corden discovers that Centineo once appeared on Kimmel and Centineo finds out that Corden wrote letters to multiple guests. Basically, hilarity ensues, and every TATBILB fan needs to see this.
We hope you enjoyed this end-of-the-week gift as much as we did. Thank you, Noah and James. We needed this.