You don’t have to wait too much longer to see Noah Centineo in another movie. While The Stand-In doesn’t have an official release date yet and he’s currently filming Charlie’s Angels, we are being treated to more Noah on our screens, thanks to the movie, Swiped.

As the 22-year-old actor explained on Instagram, he actually shot this two years ago, but it’s going to be available on iTunes, Amazon, and On Demand beginning on Nov. 6. So what’s the movie about? Well, Noah plays a college student named Lance Black, who’s basically the big man on campus type. He convinces his super smart roommate James to help him build a dating app called Jungle, and as you can imagine, plenty of drama goes down when things with their app plans don’t really go as smoothly as they hoped. And fun fact, Noah’s actual dad, Greg Centineo, played his father in the movie too. So double the dose of Centineo men in this movie.

The film also stars Shelby Wulfert, who was one of Dove Cameron’s body doubles on Liv and Maddie who helped pull off the illusion that Dove was a twin as she played both roles on the show, and Leigh-Allyn Baker, best known for her role as Amy Duncan, the beloved matriarch on Good Luck Charlie.

And as we know, Noah too has Disney Channel roots, so seeing three actors who all worked on the network now in a new movie together is always a treat for fans. While we’re still holding out hope we’ll get to see Noah return to the role that stole hearts everywhere as Peter Kavinsky in a To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel, at least we have more Noah content to keep us going until official word on if that’s actually happening comes along. Because if there’s a movie he’s in coming out, you know we’re all going to be watching it. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

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