It's pretty obvious Noah Centineo has stolen hearts everywhere thanks to his roles in the Netflix movies To All the Boys I've Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser. Peter Kavinsky and Jamey are two unforgettable roles, and it's hard to imagine anyone else besides Noah bringing them to life. And while everyone is waiting for his next movie to be released — which we're hoping is The Stand-In also starring Camila Mendes and Laura Marano — fans have already decided which role he should take on next. And it's that of a Disney character.
So where did this idea come from you ask? Well, Noah being his cute self took to his Instagram story to let everyone know that while he was out for a drive, one of his fave songs came on when he hit shuffle on his playlist. It happened to be the epic tune that is "Go the Distance," the powerful ballad from the Disney animated movie, Hercules.
In the clip, Noah obviously (and jokingly) gets overcome with emotion listening to it, but after being silly for a few seconds he admits, "On the real, I actually love that song. I will just break out and start screaming it, weekly. So the fact that it just came on shuffle this morning is exciting." Watch this glorious moment all go down for yourself:
It's all pretty adorable and just solidifes for fans that Disney needs to make dreams come true by casting Noah in a live-action version of the movie ASAP.
Ok hear me out: @noahcent as Hercules in a live action movie..... iconic— sam💙❤️ (@ssam_i_am14) September 11, 2018
And once again, he just proved he's still the Internet's boyfriend, too.
noah centineo likes hercules...... our wedding is in december thanks!— sherran (@alisonluffs) September 11, 2018
@noahcent shuffle started playing the Hercules soundtrack and I’m convinced that we are supposed to be together now. 😍— aalia b. (@aaliamarquis) September 11, 2018
@noahcent loves listening to Go the Distance off the Hercules soundtrack??? He just checked off a box I didn’t know needed to be checked off until this moment so if there are any other Noahs out there pls show yourself thx— sarah 🌻 (@sarahzureiqat) September 11, 2018
So yeah, everyone's obsession with 22-year-old actor is still going strong, and now we just need him to be turned into the prince on-screen. No pressure, Noah. Just keep being your dream bae self, please and thanks.