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Noah Centineo Makes DIRECTORIAL DEBUT With Music Video, Proves Why He Is Truly Internet's Boyfriend

Noah Centineo Makes DIRECTORIAL DEBUT With Music Video, Proves Why He Is Truly Internet's Boyfriend

Noah directed a video and acted alongside actress Lily Collins. At this young age, Noah is rising higher and higher captivating everyone with his charming talent!

Can Noah Centineo not give us reasons to fall in love with him even more? The 22-year-old has become the heartthrob of millions of fans after rising as a star with the Netflix movie 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before',

And since then, he has just not stopped being the apple of everyone's eye. And yet again, Noah is back with something extremely remarkable, marking his directorial debut by helming ARTY’s 'Save Me Tonight', reported E! News.



 

Noah directed the video and acted alongside actress Lily Collins. At this young age, Noah has already swept everyone off their feet with an unforgettable smile of his, and now fans can see him saving Lily from all the bullies.

In the video, Lily plays a high school loner who has just shifted to a new place, leaving her home. It is shot in her new high school, where she is bullied by other school kids, leaving her devastated.

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But, it is hard for a girl to feel devastated when Noah is there for the rescue, and even in the video, Noah melts everyone's heart by helping and comforting Lily. Not only that, but he also brings her into his group where Lily finally bonds with the rest of the group members, and in fact, make friends.

The video does not get over at that, as Noah and Lily along with the rest of their friends, seek to avenge the bullies, and they finally succeed in the video. 

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He spoke about his first directorial debut on Twitter and tweeted, "I convinced @artymusic to let me direct the music video for 'Save Me Tonight' and somehow @lilycollins agreed to star in it with a bunch of our friends. (I might be in it too). So stoked to share with y'all, let me know what you think!"

Noah is soon gracing the big screens in Elizabeth Banks' Charlie's Angels reboot. 



 

In an interview with Billboard, Noah explained about the entire project and said that the project was built on friendship. Noah and ARTY created the storyline together “from the ground up,” and rest everything went into place.

“It was a perfect scenario for friends to come together and create,” the actor-turned-director said. “That’s truly what I’m here for.” ARTY told Billboard that working with Noah and Lily was “a dream come true,” adding, “Having the chance to collaborate with my friends was so much fun. Noah did an incredible job.”



 

When asked about whether Noah wanted to be a director from the beginning of the career, he said, "Directing was rarely a thought in my head growing up. Especially not when I first began acting or working on my first professional sets. It wasn’t until I started working on [Freeform family drama] The Fosters that I started to visualize myself in the director's chair."

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Not just that, when asked about how Lily Collins get involved in the video, he said, "Lily’s involvement mirrors my own. I had met Lily in late 2018, and we immediately connected. She’s an intelligent, passionate and engaging human being, one hell of a conversationalist, a visceral actress, and quite a fantastic dance partner. Lily effortlessly introduces us to a subtle vulnerability that lives in every frame, and grounds the hyper-reality displayed in our video. She shows us an evolution that transcends fear, alienation and apprehension through self-discovery by means of friendship, trust and a bit of paint."



 

For those who don't know, Noah Centineo already had a video experience in his life, as he was there for a short time as Camila Cabello's love interest in 'Havana' video.

When asked if his experience in that video was of any help in creating the 'Save Me Tonight' video, he said, "Man, that was such a killer experience. I would say that all of my experience on any set over the course of my life has helped me in directing 'Save Me Tonight.' 'Havana' is half-performance piece and half-narrative. 'Save Me Tonight' is 100 percent narrative, meaning that [ARTY] is never performing the song in any part of the video, and its purpose is to tell a story with a kick-ass soundtrack."

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For those who are still not over Noah's character in TATBILB, they will not be able to get over with him ever, as he will also be there in the sequel of 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before', and fans just cannot wait for that to happen.

When asked about any other directorial project he will be working in 2019, he answered, "Looking forward to a bunch of possibilities in 2019, and a few releases. But honestly, I’m just stoked for ARTY. He’s the rarest kind of human, and deserves all of the love and light that is on its way." 

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Watch the video here:



 

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