The Recruit Trailer: Black Adam Star Noah Centineo Becomes a Young Jason Bourne in Netflix Action-Comedy Thriller

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Out of all of the teenage heartthrobs that dominate the movie industry on a much larger scale than before, Noah Centineo has come out on top of those actors. The 26-year-old has found his footing in the movie industry’s much more ‘mature’ side, earning appearances in more serious roles like Atom Smasher in Black Adam.


Centineo has truly had a remarkable journey in Hollywood, going from playing characters like Jesus Adams Foster in The Fosters, and now all the way to the latest major DC release. He is now slated to star in a spy-thriller series titled The Recruit, and it seems like he’s okay in making this shift towards roles that aren’t very ‘teenage-ish’ as of now.

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Noah Centineo Looks Promising In The Trailer For The Recruit

Noah Centineo is making waves in the movie industry right now. His most recent appearance as Atom Smasher in Black Adam has truly put him on a level as a rising movie star.

For Centineo, having worked with blockbuster king Dwayne Johnson and former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan in Black Adam must’ve truly opened some new doors and avenues for his career to expand, and everyone’s hoping that it works out well for him.

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The To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You star is currently set to lead the way in a new spy-thriller TV series called The Recruit after playing Atom Smasher. Based on what we can see in the trailer of the series, he looks damn good in it!


Fans may have thought that the actor might move on to much more serious roles after Black Adam. But despite The Recruit being a comedic spy-thriller, the trailer for the TV series shows us Centineo in a role that looks like it requires a lot of talent to pull off considering most scenes are done in a one-take sequence.

Created for Netflix by Alexi Hawley, The Recruit will also include White Lines star Laura Haddock as well as Aarti Mann and Vondie Curtis-Hall!


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The series revolves around newly recruited CIA lawyer Owen Hendricks (Noah Centineo) and his subsequent troublesome (and very dangerous) adventures after an asset makes attempts to expose a long-term relationship that she has with the agency.

How the public and critics will receive the new TV series is yet to be known, but fans can only hope that Centineo gets to star in a more ‘adult’ role next time.


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Hiram Garcia May Have Confirmed Noah Centineo’s Future In The DCU

Black Adam star Noah Centineo’s character in the movie, Atom Smasher, may be seeing a possible appearance or straight-up lead role in future DCU movies as hinted by Hiram Garcia. Garcia, one of the producers of Black Adam, recently took to Instagram to share with fans a series of BTS photos from the set of the movie led by Dwayne Johnson.

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In one of the posts, we can see a B&W picture of Centineo’s Atom Smasher suit, and this is what producer Garcia had to say about the photo in the caption-

“Here’s another camera test shot from our @blackadammovie!”

“Loved watching the insanely talented @ncentineo bring #AtomSmasher to life! Can’t wait for you guys to see where we take this character!”

With the very last line, Garcia may have very well confirmed Noah Centineo’s part in the DCU and its future projects!

The Recruit will release on Netflix on December 16 this year.


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