The actor opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about filming the final installments of the Netflix phenomenon and parting ways with the character that catapulted him from TV star to rom-com king: “I felt like I had really given it everything I could.” It was just weeks ago that Noah Centineo attracted more than 400 fans into New York’s 92nd Street YMCA for its 92Y Talk series, which has welcomed a succession of notable figures — from Robert De Niro to Ruth Bader Ginsberg — over the course of decades. The audience, significantly younger than what is typical for the venue, couldn’t have been more excited to see Centineo, their deafening screams resounding throughout the theater once he stepped onstage. But despite the warm welcome, the 23-year-old star — whose stop in Manhattan was to promote To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, the second installment in Netflix’s wildly popular book-to-film franchise — had nerves to quell. “Can you just do me a favor?” Centineo asked the audience, before a conversation moderated by The Hollywood Reporter even began. “Because I get nervous before this stuff, can we just take a cumulative breath in together? Is that cool?” Of… Read full this story
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