Noah Centineo Said He Wants Mark Ruffalo To Play Peter Kavinsky's Dad

The heartthrob in To All the Boys I've Loved Before also opened up on what it's like to become internationally famous.

Noah Centineo, aka Peter Kavinsky in To All the Boys I've Loved Before, aka the internet's new boyfriend, stopped by BuzzFeed News' Twitter show, AM to DM, on Thursday to dish about his life now that he's a megafamous megababe.

First up, Centineo shared how he's different from his character in the Netflix teen movie.

Centineo said he never would have mocked love rival Josh Sanderson (Israel Broussard) by comparing him to someone from the indie folk band Bon Iver. "I love Bon Iver," he said. "I would never put a negative connotation on that man's name!"

What it's like to be single when you're @noahcent and everyone wants to date you

He also answered a question that's been on a lot of people's mind: Who should play Peter Kavinsky's father in a sequel for To All the Boys I've Loved Before?

.@noahcent settles the debate on who should play Peter Kavinsky's father in the #ToAllTheBoysIveLovedBefore sequel 👀

Centineo said he would "totally" cast Avengers star Mark Ruffalo to play his onscreen dad. "I think he'd be perfect for it," he said.

"Since I was 15 years old and acting I've been compared to him. A lot of people say we have the same mannerisms and little quirks," he said.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to imagine what a movie with these two would look like.

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