Well, It Looks Like Noah Centineo Has Just Signed Another Netflix Deal

Although Peter Kavinsky is over and out, Noah's relationship with Netflix is set to continue.


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Good news for Noah fans, it looks as though he’s going to be back on our screens before he has even left.

As we’re set to get the third and final instalment of  To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before this month, Noah has already signed a new deal with Netflix as he’s set to take part in a movie about the GameStop stocks saga.

Very topical at the moment, anyone on Twitter has most certainly come across the current GameStop chaos, whereby hedge funds are fighting against amateur reddit traders who are investing in stock and causing it to skyrocket.

According to People, who confirmed Noah’s role in the flick, the movie will centre around what has been going on in the stock market, how GameStop’s stock rose over 1,700 percent through the reddit community buying together and how hedge funds lost billions of dollars in the process.


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So far, that’s all we know about the flick. Oscar-winning screenwriter Mark Boal is also writing the screenplay and so far the title-less project looks full steam ahead. We’re expecting a drama/triller style story which will *hopefully* pull apart the complex matter a little bit more.

As for TATBILB, well, Noah is set to wave goodbye to Peter this month when the final installment airs on Netflix just before Valentine’s Day.

Smartly, both the second and third installment of this movie was filmed at the same time meaning that the actors finished all filming before Covid even happened. In August, 2019, Noah thanked all the staff and crew that worked on the films saying:

“Tonight was my last night as Peter Kavinsky. I hope you all love these last installments as much as we do. Forever grateful for the opportunity to be yours.

Thank you Lana, thank you Michael, Thank you Matt, Thank you Netflix, grateful to every person who told this story with us,” he wrote.

Roll on the final flick and all that’s to come from Noah, we say!


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