Courtesy : Wikipedia
Actor Noah Centineo became an absolute sensation a couple of years ago owing to his role in To All The Boys I have Loved Before on Netflix and furthermore for several other projects.
Centineo recently made headlines when he told Harper’s Bazaar that he was sober, but he wants to clear up any misconceptions — he’s not totally sober these days. While he did give up alcohol and drugs for a year just before he turned 21, he went back to drinking. As for drugs, “I left a lot in the past,” he explains. “There’s a lot that I don’t do anymore. … But when I have to work, I cut out everything.”
Work these days also includes “The Diary,” an upcoming WWII drama directed by Jackie Chan. There’s also his starring role as He-Man in “Masters of the Universe.” Shooting has been postponed and Sony recently removed the Mattel film from its release schedule. When I ask if the movie is still on, Centineo says, “We’ll see. We’ll see about that.”
He certainly wants to play a superhero. “I’d put on a leotard,” Centineo says. “Come on, I’ll do it. Of course, I would do it.”
What do you think about the same? Leave in your comments below.