Noah Centineo and James Corden put their own spin on “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” on Thursday night’s “Late Late Show”.
Centineo, who rose to stardom this year when “To All The Boys” dropped on Netflix, joined the late-night host for a recreation of the popular teen rom-com.
The movie, based on Jenny Han’s 2014 novel of the same name, follows the trials and tribulations of Lara Jean, a high school girl whose life is turned upside down when her secret love letters somehow get mailed to each of her five crushes.
Corden adopts the role of Lara Jean in the “Late Late Show” sketch, trying to play it casually after Centineo discovers a letter from the host professing his love and desire to have him as a guest on the show.
Centineo, who played charming high schooler Peter Kavinsky in the movie, brings that same magnetism to the reenactment, as the pair walk through the CBS offices with their hands in each other’s jean pockets and share sandwiches in the parking lot.
Elsewhere on the show, the 22-year-old actor was called about by fellow guest Busy Phillips for “ghosting” one of her friends on a dating app.