Like porn, Internet Boyfriends are hard to define — but also like porn, you know them when you see them. And 2018 was downright lousy with them.
Some were fresh faces we’d never encountered before. (Well, most of us. We see you, Lady Who’s Been Crushing On Winston Duke Since Person of Interest.) Others were guys we’d known about for years, but started seeing in a whole new light. And still more were dudes we already loved, but somehow came to love even more within the past 12 months.
What unites them is the way they brought so many of us together in 2018. These guys weren’t just our crushes, they were everyone’s crushes, and we collectively got personally invested in a way we don’t for just any pretty, famous face. Read more…
We definitely suspected, but it’s good to know: Netflix’s charming To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is getting a sequel, based on the novel Jenny Han.
Stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo teamed up for an adorable video posted to author Jenny Han’s Twitter to announce the sequel (and tease the casting of Peter K’s romantic foil, John Ambrose McClaren). The sequel – based on Han’s P.S. I Still Love You – does not yet have a release date.
Noah Centineo became one of 2018’s biggest heart-throbs the minute To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before landed on Netflix.
Centineo, who played high school hottie Peter Kavinsky, managed to charm the entire world – including Late Late Show host James Corden.
On the show, Centineo brought all his Kavinsky-charm to set, as he reenacted TATBILB with Corden playing a clearly love-struck Lara Jean. And yes, they even did the jean pocket twirl.
Honestly, Corden. Do you even realise how lucky you are? Read more…
Everyone who’s already in love with Noah Centineo’s Peter Kavinsky from Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before has a different moment where they fell in love.
Some people say it’s when he twirled Lara Jean around in the cafeteria. Some say it was when he bashfully splashed the hot tub water when she didn’t realize she liked him, but others point to what is known as The Popcorn Save as the moment they knew Peter Kavinsky was truly a good egg.
The Popcorn Save is pivotal because the simple action of Peter moving a bowl of popcorn from the couch before going in for a pillowfight with Lara Jean’s little sister shows in action that Peter is a thoughtful, conscientious person — he showed up for a movie night and didn’t mind spending time with his date’s little sister, he was kind enough to include said little sister in the fun instead of making her feel like a third wheel, and most importantly he didn’t want to make a mess in Lara Jean’s house in the name of said fun. Read more…