Netflix’s Noah Centineo makes it to the big screen

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Kara Oates

Unless you’ve been living under a rock since August, you’ve probably heard of Noah Centineo by now. The 22-year-old break out actor is quickly rising to fame after appearing in the summer top Netflix film “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before.” The actor is no stranger to the spotlight though, having appeared on shows like Disney Channel’s “Austin & Ally,” ABC Family’s “The Fosters,” and Netflix’s “Sierra Burgess Is A Loser,” amongst others. Ever since appearing in “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” he has gained a vast following on social media. It’s no surprise to his fans that it has just been announced that Centineo is set to star in the new “Charlie’s Angels” film. Centineo will be playing the love interest of the film (one that has yet to be named), along side seasoned actors like Kristen Stewart, Patrick Stewart, and Elizabeth Banks. While most details are still being kept under wraps, we know for sure that the film is set to debut in September 2019.


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This role is predicted to shoot Centineo to an even higher status, as this will be one of his first roles steering away from the “boy next door” type in many rom-com films. Like other up and coming actors, many are getting their big break just like Centineo, on Netflix. Netflix, the film and television streaming website, has begun producing their own original content, and the stars attached to these projects tend to immediately gain mass popularity. Actors like Millie Bobby Brown from the hit “Stranger Things” has amassed 17.6 million Instagram followers, and is set to star in the new Godzilla franchise which is set to have at least two installments premiering in 2019, and 2020 respectively. Actress Ellie Kemper also got a second big break after her time on “The Office,” in Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”


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 Netflix is a prime example of how the Internet and social media are changing the way viewers engage in entertainment. University sophomore, Clarissa McElroy, “I believe that Netflix provides a platform for new actors and film producers alike, to engage a wide audience,” said McElroy. “Netflix is my favorite thing to unwind to in my free time.”

Thousands of films and television shows are placed at your finger tips with one click of a button. There are, as of this summer, at least 130 million Netflix subscribers. Social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat give these rising actors a way to interact with fans, and grow their following. Fans of Netflix and Centineo look forward to seeing his new film, and what new opportunities may come from it. To wit, audiences are ready to meet all the new talent that will for sure come from Netflix in the near future.


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