Brace yourselves, you guys, because we are about to see Noah Centineo like we’ve never seen him before.

The To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before star stole all of our hearts after he played Peter Kavinsky in the Netflix flick, but now, he’s saying goodbye to the sweet “internet boyfriend” persona that we all know and love. Why? Because the actor has reportedly been cast in a new superhero movie. Um, we’re freaking out!

Why, hello crime-fighting, butt-kicking Noah! According to Variety, the 22-year-old is in talks to play He-Man in the new Masters of the Universe reboot. For those of you who aren’t fans of the superhero world, He-Man comes from a planet called Eternia and is known for his superhuman strength.

But what is Masters of the Universe about, you ask? Well, the original movie, which came out in 1987, was super intense. Here’s what went down: When the evil Skeletor found a mysterious power called the Cosmic Key that made him invincible, He-Man was determined to stop him. Things got especially interesting when the Cosmic Key ended up on Earth, in the hands of two teenagers.

OMG. How epic does that sound? We mean, the actor would honestly make a perfect superhero — he’s got to-die-for abs, and not to mention, an amazing personality. We didn’t think it was possible, but imagining him fighting bad guys and saving the day (in a pair of tights, might we add) is making us fall for him even more. Please let this happen!

As fans know, the cutie is pretty busy filming the TATBILB sequel at the moment. He also has a new Netflix movie called The Perfect Date coming out next month. And that’s not all because it was announced in October that the actor signed on to Sony’s remake of Charlie’s Angels. Noah’s definitely got a busy year ahead of him, and we can’t wait!

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