Personally, we love privacy. The whole idea of everyone knowing our name and being interested in everything that we do, it’s too much. But we’re not stars. Some stars mind it and some stars don’t. Everyone has very interesting ways of looking at things.
Star Noah Centineo has lost a lot of privacy as he’s recognized everywhere. He was made a household name after starring in The Fosters and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and everyone wants to know what he’s doing.
And trust us, everyone is gonna be even more excited for everything that he does after seeing him in The Recruit. We’re overlooking Black Adam, but that one is a IYKYK kind of explanation.
Centineo was talking to Netflix’s TUDUM and he’s got this positive outlook about people wanting to know everything about him. He’s nicer about his lack of privacy than anyone we’ve ever seen.
“Having people who don’t know you know your face is not inherently organic. It’s not found in the animal kingdom,” he said. “It’s cool, and it’s quite interesting too.”
He continued by saying, “But it’s also given me so many different opportunities that I never would have had. I never would have seen so many different places and met so many different people and experienced different cultures. It’s kind of like meditation, right? You just have to be the observer. You’ve got to sit there and watch everything.”
Noah is truly the internets boyfriend and he has no trouble being that. We can appreciate that.