Noah Centineo Joined by 'Riverdale' Star Camila Mendes in Netflix's Upcoming Film 'The Perfect Date'

Teen heartthrob and Netflix it-guy Noah Centineo is back as the perfect boyfriend for hire in the upcoming film The Perfect Date. Joined by Riverdale star Camila Mendes, the To All The Boys I Loved Before star plays the creator of an app for single girls, marketing himself as the perfect plus-one for any occasion.

Brooks Rattigan's (Centineo) first client is a self-assured, combat boot-loving girl named Celia Lieberman (Laura Marano). "Is this your job?" Celia asks in the movie's trailer. "It should be. Troubled rich girls in need of a chaperone could be big business here."

With the film's mood reminiscent of Sex Education and 10 Things I Hate About You, Brooks finds his app "The Stand-In" could be the answer to his lofty college dreams. "I figured out how to get the money I need to go to Yale," Centineo's character says. "I'm offering my services as a chaperone, or whatever it is that girls want."

With the help of his programmer friend Murph (Odiseas Georgiadis), Brooks allows his clients to completely "customize" their date experience. "They can pick my personality, my interests, whether I'm a listener or a talker," he explains.

When he's not working toward making his Ivy League aspirations a reality, Brooks is pretty smitten with Mendes' character, Shelby. But when it turns out he's better at his boyfriend-for-hire gig than he expected, things could get heated between his best client and the girl of his dreams.

The Perfect Date premieres April 12 on Netflix.

Centineo was awarded during the Kids' Choice Awards Saturday for Best Movie Actor for his role in To All The Boys I've Loved Before. The 22-year-old took the time to address bullying during his acceptance speech.

"It's 2019, bullying is not something that should exist anymore. Please do not sit on the sidelines. You see someone getting bullied, stand up for them," Centineo said. "Stand up for each other. This is your world."

Aside from his work on The Perfect Date, Centineo confirmed To All The Boys I Loved Before sequel rumors via Twitter March 18. Co-star Lana Condor, who plays Centineo's love interest, Lara Jean, responded to his tweet: "I can't wait to see ya."

TATB2 here we come

— Noah (@noahcent) March 19, 2019

A release date for the sequel film has not been confirmed, but Netflix recently announced that the first film's director, Susan Johnson, will serve as an executive producer. Michael Fimognari, who worked as the director of photography on the first film, was announced as the sequel's director, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"Due to the timing of my other projects I won't be directing the sequel, but as an executive producer, I am looking forward to continuing to share Lara Jean's story and being part of this franchise," Johnson said in a statement at the time.