If you haven’t heard of, “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” yet then we think it’s fair to assume that you have been living under a rock. Released on Netflix back in August, the movie has made a major splash and it seems like the love for it keeps on rolling out… Not least from James Corden, who did a side-splitting parody with the film’s star Noah Centineo on his talk show a couple of nights ago.
Based on a book written by Jenny Han, “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” is the story of teenager Lara Jean who writes love letters to her crushes. The letters are later leaked, and her whole world is thrown into turmoil.
But turmoil is definitely not the word we would use to describe James Corden and Noah Centineo’s take on the movie. The parody, aptly titled, “To All The Guests I’ve Loved Before,” aired during the up and coming actor’s appearance on Corden’s talk show, “The Late Late Show,” on 8th November.
And we’re not exaggerating when we say we’ve watched it around a hundred times since then…
The parody opens with Centineo telling Corden that he’d received his letter. After initially denying he has ever sent such a thing, the talk show host was proven wrong when the actor pulled it out to read out loud.
“Noah Centineo, you’re so hot. Like, stupid hot. Hot in the way where you don’t even know it but you totally know it,” it read. “Sometimes I fantasise about having you as a guest on the show. The things I’d say to you.”
“That was never supposed to get to you!” Corden then insisted.
What happened between the pair next is hilarious with Centineo mirroring his role as Peter Kavinsky in, “All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” and also referencing, “Love, Actually,” and, “Jerry Maguire,” along the way.
Check it out right here:
Hilarious, right? And so, so dreamy!
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