Noah Centineo just landed his first leading role, and here’s everything we know
Ever since Noah Centineo captured our hearts as Peter Kavinsky in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, the 22-year-old has been landing gigs left and right. He starred in another Netflix rom-com, Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, and he’s even been cast in the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot. Now Centineo has landed the leading role in an action movie called Valet.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Valet is an “action love story” focusing on a valet driver (Centineo) who gets mixed up in a plot to capture a notorious arms dealer while driving a government agent. THR reports that Assaf Bernstein, who directed the Netflix series Fauda, will helm the project. Valet is the first movie from the production company Proxima Media, and the search for a distributor for the film is currently underway.
"From the moment I read this script I wanted to make it," producer Mark Burg told THR. "With talent like Noah and Assaf, it’s in great hands and we will see an awesome movie."
We definitely agree.
Centineo may have hinted at his newest project in a recent interview with Esquire, although he didn’t refer to it by name.
"There's one specific script out now that I want to do," he told the magazine in September. "It's f*cking incredible. It's a romantic comedy action film. It's just so perfect."
So far, no release date has been announced for Valet. But if you can’t wait to see more of Centineo onscreen, you can catch him in the new movie Swiped, which will be released on iTunes, Amazon, and On Demand tomorrow, November 6th.
We can’t wait to hear more details about Valet. And hopefully, Centineo will go on to star in many more movies.