Noah Centineo is going to head to Wall Street as the actor is set to star in an upcoming Netflix movie focused on the surge in GameStop stock.
Mark Boal, who is an Oscar-winning screenwriter and has also written for The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty, will be writing the screenplay. The film will naturally revolve around the ongoing battle between hedge funds and the amateur Reddit traders who made GameStop stock skyrocket to more than 1,700 percent last week by apps like Robinhood.
Redditors had rallied each other to buy stock in the popular video game store last month. This drove the price of the company’s stocks. Hedge fund companies were betting the stock would have gone down but then regular investors’ interest in the stocks caused prices to rise which meant hedge funds lost billions of dollars.
The situation was similar for individual traders who were buying stocks in other struggling companies such AMC movie theaters, Blackberry, and Build-A-Bear Workshop. The actor has previously starred in Netflix’s hit film franchise, To All The Boys.
Noah can be seen in the third installment of the film as well, as To All The Boys: Always and Forever releases on February 12. This will mark as the last film of the franchise and the actor also bid his character goodbye.
Netflix Announced The End Of To All The Boys
He posted on his social media on his last night as Peter Kavinsky as he hoped that the audience loves these last installments as much as they do. The actor expressed how grateful he is for the opportunity to be the audience’. He wrote, “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.”
Noah concluded his post with a message of gratitude to Lana Condor and the team. He wrote, Thank you, Lana, thank you, Michael, Thank you, Matt, Thank you Netflix, grateful to every person who told this story with us.”
The actor will also be a part of upcoming movies Black Adam opposite Dwayne Johnson and Masters of the Universe as He-Man. Netflix announced that both ‘The Kissing Booth’ and ‘To All The Boys’ franchise, will end this year. The streaming service confirmed that both the franchise’s third film will be the last.
This means that Kissing Booth 3 and To All The Boys: Always and Forever will be the last we see of the rom-com. Both the movie franchise have done exceptionally well on the platform. Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer of Netflix had called Kissing Booth film the most-watched movie in the country.
The first movie was released back in 2018 and was also noted that one in three viewers re-watched the movie. Kissing Booth 2 premiered in July last year and became the third-most watched release on the streaming platform.
To All The Boys Will Take You On An Emotional Journey
It also became one of the most popular titles of the year. the first movie of To All The Boys was also a huge success. The platform called it one of the most viewed original films ever with strong repeat viewing.
Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always and Forever has recently released its brand new trailer. And it has us reaching for the tissues as the third and final installment seems to be an emotional rollercoaster.
The sequel to Netflix’s teen romantic drama starring the beautiful Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. In the third installment of the movie, Lara Jean is facing the dilemma of being a high school senior.
What will prevail after the prom to which she will be going with her dreamy boyfriend, Peter Kavinsky. However, after that, she is entangled in the difficult decision of going to Stanford with Peter or going somewhere else. The three-minute trailer had fans wanting more answers to all the questions.
In the trailer, Lara Jean gets a rejection letter which we do not know is from which college. Will she be in her dream college or as Peter wants, “never having to say goodnight”; or will their relationship be put to the test?
However, the trailer is more than a serious decision as Lara’s sister; and our favorite Kitty, played by Anna Cathcart, has a bunch of jokes for us. When she was asked how much she will miss her sister when she goes away, she says “a four”.
We will also get to see the beauty of Korea along with her family; as well as New York City with her friends.