Noah Centino joins 'Charlie's Angels' and Twitter is screaming!

Actor has been cast alongside the likes of Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott


Entertainment Desk October 03, 2018
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Nextflix heartthrob Noah Centino has quickly become a fan favourite after starring in numerous web films. However, it seems like he's only just getting started. Word is in that the To All The Boys I've Loved Before star has landed an exciting new role.

According to E! News, Centino is all set to make his big screen debut through a major role: as part of the cast of the Charlie's Angels reboot alongside Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott! That's right, the 22-year-old will be playing one of the ladies' love interest.

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Elizabeth Banks, who has directed the reboot, will also be starring in the film as well as Patrick Stewart, Djimon Hounsou and Sam Clafin.

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The Twilight star shared her sentiments regarding the forthcoming venture and working with Banks. "I'm so stoked. Liz Banks is kind of the perfect person in my eyes to do this, and makes the whole idea of re-doing something, that is already really good, worthwhile. I like her sensibilities, I like how she's approached the project," she stated.

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The Sierra Burgess Is a Loser actor's upcoming role has got everyone talking, with fans expressing their excitement on social media in the most amusing way.

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"WAIT BOTH NOAH CENTINEO AND SAM CLAFLIN ARE GONNA BE IN CHARLIES ANGELS. IM SCREAMING," wrote one social media user wrote. While another Centineo fan tweeted to the actor, "I'M SO SO PROUD OF YOU, YOU'RE GONNA KILL IT IN CHARLIE'S ANGELS."

Here's more:



https://twitter.com/noahccntineo/status/1047203754401918976





The Charlie's Angels reboot is slated for release on September 27, 2019.

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