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To All The Boys I've Loved Before Adds Riverdale Star To Its Overwhelmingly Perfect Line-Up

So much eye candy, so little time.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before garnered a cult fan following practically overnight, so to be honest, they could serve up anything as a sequel and we would eagerly wait up for it.

But instead, they’re clearly going all out with the sequel and giving us some solid new cast members. Last week they announced that Jordan Fisher will be playing Peter Kavinsky’s competition, John Ambrose (not the guy from the end of the first film), and now they’ve announced that Ross Butler will be playing Peter Kavinsky’s bestie, Trevor Pike.

From Riverdale to 13 Reasons Why, Ross Butler is already a Netflix teen genre king, and apparently he and Noah Centineo already have a bromance that the TATBILB sequel will play off.

“His real-life friendship with Noah brings a natural chemistry and great rapport to the set and we can’t wait for fans to see this friendship play out onscreen.” Producer Matt Kaplan told EW.

The sequel doesn’t yet have a release date, but I feel it’s only right to remind everyone that the plot is looking pretty distressing. I personally don’t see what’s wrong with two hours of Peter and Lara Jean living happily ever after with no other love interests or obstacles, but I guess Netflix disagrees.

In Honour Of His Death, Let’s Remember Luke Perry’s Roles Beyond The 90210 Bad Boy And Riverdale Dad

So much work in a life too short.

Luke Perry, the actor who stole hearts as teen heartthrob on Beverly Hills, 90210, and dad heartthrob on Riverdale, has died at age 52. Perry suffered a massive stroke at his home in California last week and passed away Monday morning in hospital.

Family, friends and fellow cast members past and present have publicly shared support, and now mourning for Perry. In honour of the remarkable career Luke Perry had in Hollywood during his lifetime, we are taking a trip down memory lane to some of the roles that you might have forgotten he blessed us with.

But first we’ll start with Perry’s two major roles that we all know and love.

Berverly Hills, 90210

Perry’s career kicked off in the 80s when he came on the scene as the pinnacle teen bad boy to reign over TV bad boys for all time. No one compares to Luke Perry’s Dylan McKay, who graced our screens from 1990 to 2000.

Riverdale

Luke Perry has been a staple character on Riverdale since the start, and the show will be worse off without Archie’s dad Fred Andrews around. Right up until his death, Perry was a core part of the Hot Dad Club and he will be missed.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Do not forget that in 1992, Luke Perry played Pike in the Buffy movie, and killed it.

The Simpsons

In the 1993 episode, ‘Krusty Gets Cancelled’, Luke Perry plays himself. In The Simpsons universe, he is also Krusty the Clown’s maternal half-brother. To refresh your memory, he was shot out of a cannon on the Krusty Comeback Special and smashed through several buildings. But he survived! And he makes it to the after party at Moe’s.

Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm

in 1996, Perry voiced Sub-Zero in the Mortal Kombat animated TV series.

The Fifth Element

In 1997, the world was blessed with one of the best science-fiction films of all time – The Fifth Element. And Luke Perry was a part of that. He has a minor role at the beginning as Billy, has a few lines, shoots an alien (accidentally). 10/10 would revisit this movie.

Oz

From 2001-2002 Perry played Reverend Jeremiah Cloutier in HBO’s series Oz. 

Community

Never forget that Perry was Inspector Spacetime in Community in 2013, a parody of Doctor Who and an all round hero.

Perry also filmed  a role in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Charles Manson movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, so we have that to look forward to. But other than that we can only look back at the great career Luke Perry had during his too-short lifetime. 

Noah Centineo Starring In A Calvin Klein Underwear Campaign Is Hardcore Thirst Bait That We Are Here For

He is the bait and we are trapped.

Calvin Klein campaigns have a long lineage of being thirst traps, and clearly they are keeping on with that tradition as they just added Noah Centineo to their line up.

Our To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before romcom king and internet boyfriend is one of the stars of Calvin Klein’s recent campaign and we are falling right into their hands like silly putty.

THIS is good advertising:

Even the shots where he’s wearing clothes are damn hot.

If that’s not enough for you, A$AP Rocky is also serving up looks in the thirst trap that is this Calvin Klein campaign.

It’s a whole lot of man candy for one sitting.

And I’m not OK.

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