Noah Centineo Wants to Coordinate Halloween Costumes With Tom Holland (Yes, Please!)
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who dream up their Halloween costumes well in advance, and those who scramble to pull an outfit together at the last minute.
Noah Centineo is one of the planners, it seems. We're two months out from the fall holiday, and the To All the Boys I've Loved Before star already has the perfect idea. He came up with it during an interview with Teen Vogue, and the spur-of-the-moment thought has already won over fans.
Noah's idea is inspired by the Jenny Han YA novel the Netflix film is based on. Specifically, it comes from a scene where his character, Peter Kavinsky, dresses up as Spider-Man (aka Peter Parker) for Halloween. Much to the dismay of the book's fans, the scene in question didn't end up in the movie; if Noah were to wear his potential costume, he'd be able to make it up to them.
The actor's brain wave came when Teen Vogue asked Noah about the missed opportunity: "You know what? If Tom Holland is down to go as Peter Kavinsky, I'll go as Spider-Man," he said.
It didn't take long for numerous fans to tweet their approval (at least one fan would "literally die"), but Noah sadly isn't expecting it to happen. He pointed out that it would be a tough sell for the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star. Tom plays a "way cooler" character, Noah said, what "with the whole super power thing."
Still, we'll take what we can get. Even if one or both of them just throws on their costume for a social media moment, we would eat it up. And besides, it would save them the trouble of having to come up with any other costume ideas.
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