Over the past two months, Noah Centineo has quickly moved on from his role on Freeform’s The Fosters to become a household name thanks to his breakout roles in Netflix’s latest teen rom-coms To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess is a Loser. After his recent success, many were left wondering what his next move would be, and according to Variety, it looks like he’s heading to the big screen to appear in Elizabeth Bank’s upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot!
Centineo joins an already star-studded cast including Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Naomi Scott (Disney’s upcoming live-action Aladdin), and newcomer Ella Balinska as the Angels, Elizabeth Banks, Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Tucker, Sam Claflin, Luis Gerardo Mendez, and Djimon Hounsou. Centineo will be doing what he does so well and stepping in to play the love interest of one of the Angels.
This new iteration of Charlie’s Angels will focus on a new generation of Angels working for the infamously mysterious Charlie – except this time, they’ve gone global, providing security and intelligence services to a wide variety of private clients. Elizabeth Banks, who will be directing the reboot, co-wrote the script with Jay Basu and will be producing alongside her husband Max Handelman with Brownstone Productions.
Noah Centineo starred on Freeform’s The Fosters as Jesus Adams Foster from seasons 3-5 and plans to reprise his role on the upcoming spinoff Good Trouble. He recently skyrocketed into fame when he starred as the swoon-worthy Peter Kavinsky in Netflix’s teen rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before in August followed by Sierra Burgess is a Loser opposite Stranger Things’ Shannon Purser. Both films solidified him as an adorable leading man in the hearts of women everywhere. He will soon add a third Netflix film to his roster when he appears in The Stand-In alongside Riverdale’s Camila Mendes and Austin and Ally’s Laura Marano. Speaking of Netflix, the streaming giant had a little fun on Twitter when the news was announced.
who is this charlie??? i thought noah was MY angel?!? https://t.co/139qFZwxvr
— Netflix US (@netflix) October 2, 2018
Charlie’s Angels hits theaters Sept. 27, 2019.
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