The 22-year-old heartthrob stars in Netflix's upcoming teen rom-com, The Perfect Date, as Brooks Rattigan, a not-so-cool, uber-smart high school senior with dreams of attending Yale. After being paid to pose as the faux boyfriend of the combat boot-loving "girl-next-door" Celia Lieberman (Laura Marano), he teams up with his best friend, Murph (Odiseas Georgiadis), to create an app where he offers up his services as the ultimate fake date to make some extra cash. That's when things start to get interesting.
ET exclusively premieres a sneak peek from the movie, in which Centineo's Brooks starts to experience the success of the app, as he fields numerous plus-one requests requiring him to transform into different personas -- from an uppity art guy to an '80s dance party-goer to a rodeo cowboy to a salsa dancer. Hey, any reason to see Centineo at the center of a teen movie-patented "makeover" montage is fine by us.
The film also stars Riverdale's Camila Mendes as Brooks' dream girl, Shelby, and Veep's Matt Walsh as Brooks' novelist father.
Earlier this month, Marano -- who starred with Centineo on Austin & Ally -- dropped by the ET Live set where she opened up about their Disney Channel reunion on The Perfect Date.
"He's just the loveliest guy. He has been since he's been 15," Marano told ET Live's Cassie DiLaura of the To All the Boys I've Loved Before star. "We've been there for each other since the beginning. It was so sweet. When we were working on The Perfect Date he kept saying to people... 'Laura's show's the reason I moved to L.A.' But he was definitely making it seem like it was because of my power and I will assure you, I have, like, no power. But I was like, 'Aw, Noah.'"
"He's so lovely," she added. "And he really hasn't changed his loveliness and nice personality since he was 15."