Whether you first fell for him as Jesus 2.0 on The Fosters or he stole your heart as Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys I've Loved Before, the odds are you adore actor Noah Centineo, the Internet's new boyfriend. Noah Centineo's next movie roles aren't going to change that, so it's best that you get real comfortable with your new crush real soon. He doesn't have just one role coming up, either. Between now and early 2019, you'll be able to watch Centineo and his precious chin scar in Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, The Stand-In, and The Diary, and at least two episodes of The Fosters spinoff Good Trouble.
First up is Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, a Netflix movie that will debut on September 7. After that, The Stand-In arrives to blow everyone's minds, since it also stars Camila Mendes — aka, Veronica Lodge from Riverdale. Finally, Centineo-heads — does the fandom have a proper name yet? — should prepare for The Diary as best they can. While the rest of the movies have cast lists, trailers, plots, or even a release date, The Diary doesn't have much. It does, however, have a director: The legendary Jackie Chan. So, Centineo in an action movie? Yes, please.
Each upcoming movie feels like an insta-teen classic. Sierra Burgess, for example, is a modern adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac. Centineo plays Jamey, who gets the number of high school student Sierra Burgess (Shannon Purser, of Stranger Things and Riverdale fame) when he thinks he has the cool cheerleader's number. It's basically the most charming, high school-esque version of accidental Catfish that there ever could be. Not only that, but Centineo's costars saw how much the internet melted over him once To All The Boys came out, and began cheekily warning Twitter that Peter Kavinsky was just the beginning.
The Stand-In will arrive just in time to blow up Twitter and Tumblr users' hearts again. According to Deadline, Centineo will play a character that makes money by making himself available as a "stand-in" boyfriend that people can hire for any occasion. An entire film where he has to pretend to date people until he presumably falls in love with a client? Sounds like Peter Kavinsky is stepping up his fake dating game.
Not too much is known about his following project, but given what fans know about Centineo's upcoming films, it's enough to launch a thousand heart eye emojis, a couple thousand Tumblr pages, and Instagram fan accounts. So, buckle up, print your tickets, and check your luggage, because the Noah Centineo train is boarding now. Oh, and don't worry — he loves you back, too.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to accurately reflect Centineo's upcoming roles.