Noah Centineo Will Star Alongside Riverdale’s Camila Mendes In New Film 'The Stand-In'

23 August 2018, 13:02

Katie Louise Smith

By Katie Louise Smith

It's the 'To All the Boys'/'Riverdale' crossover you've always dreamed of...

Noah Centineo's ascent to Hollywood heartthrob has only just begun. The To All The Boys I've Loved Before actor has shot to super-stardom thanks to his turn as the charming Peter Kavinsky in the popular Netflix rom-com and it looks like he's got a lot more where that came from too.

First up, we'll be seeing him in Netflix's Sierra Burgess Is A Loser (dropping on September 7th) and then he'll be starring in another movie called The Stand-In, with *another* Riverdale actress - Miss Lodge herself, Camila Mendes.

Noah Centineo Camila Mendes The Stand In
Picture: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images/@camilamendes via Instagram

The film stars Noah, as the lead character Brooks, opposite Austin & Ally's Laura Marano, Veep's Matt Walsh and of course, Camila - and if you loved To All The Boys I've Loved Before, then you're probably going to love this movie too.

Here's the synopsis: "In a clever scheme to raise money for college, Brooks Rattigan (Centineo) creates a dating app wherein he plays the roll of “stand-in” boyfriend for every kind of situation you can imagine. Through the journey of being a different person every night of the week, he finds out that the real Brooks isn’t who he thought at all and to his surprise falls for the real girl of his dreams."

Ummmm, a "stand-in boyfriend", you say? Peter Kavinsky, is that you?


If you've been following Camila on Instagram, you'll have probably noticed that she was hanging around with a few different faces recently but we bet you didn't clock that she was actually hanging out with your future fictional boyfriend, Noah, at the time!

Noah and Camila filmed together in New Orleans back in April 2018, just after Riverdale wrapped its season season and it looks like the pair became pretty good friends while filming the movie.


We don't know what's going on here but these blessed videos of the two of them trying to compete in a pterodactyl-off are everything.


It doesn't look like we'll have to wait long for the Mendes/Centineo collab of dreams to drop - the film is set to be released at some point later this year.

But this crossover now begs the question... how do we go about getting Noah on Riverdale? Does anyone else need a secret half-brother? Love child? New neighbour? New quarterback of the football team? Anyone? ANYONE?