Noah Centineo Was Almost Cast As This Character in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Noah Centineo Was Almost Cast As This Character in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'

Noah Centineo is the perfect Peter in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and Israel Broussard is the perfect Josh.

However, their roles were almost switched, according to director Susan Johnson.

“When we did chemistry reads, I knew I loved Israel and I knew I loved Noah, but I wasn’t sure who would play which role,” she tells IndieWire.

She adds, “I initially was thinking of Noah for Josh, because I thought, ‘Oh, he seems like boy next door,’ but then once I saw Lana [Condor] and Noah’s chemistry I knew we had to go that direction. Israel was great with Janel [Parrish]. I thought that fit really well.”

Noah adds that he, and Israel, were both happy with which characters they were cast as.

“I’ve known Israel for almost seven years, and being able to work with him professionally, it was incredible,” he shared. “I remember we were talking about it when we got to Vancouver, where we shot the film.”

“We both were kind of laughing at the fact that we both felt that we could play either one, but we were both very happy with where we fell.”

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is streaming now on Netflix.

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