AceShowbiz - James Corden spoofed Netflix's hit "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" with the help of none other than Noah Centineo himself. Titled "To All the Guests I've Loved Before", it sees the comedian and the 22-year-old heartthrob recreating scenes from the romantic comedy film, with James taking the part of Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor).
The parody follows the two stars who develop a relationship after Noah reads a letter James wrote which Noah wasn't supposed to receive. In the letter, the comedian professes his desire to have the young actor as a guest on his show, "The Late Late Show with James Corden".
Noah reciprocates the feelings and they bond over their mutual interest in radio among other things. As Noah's scheduled appearance on the talk show is approaching, they have a fallout over Noah's previous appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and James' letters to other Hollywood actors, such as Tom Cruise, Chris Evans, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth.
James then apologizes using poster boards a la "Love, Actually", but Noah doesn't get it. "Who the hell is Carol Singers?" Noah asks, prompting James to respond, "Oh, come on! You've never seen 'Love, Actually'? Typical millennials."
They eventually makeup and Noah shows up on "The Late Late Show" studio through the curtains at the back of the stage. "You had me at hello," Noah says, referencing "Jerry Maguire", and they share an embrace in front of the audience.
Netflix previously spoofed its own film for Halloween. Releasing an alternate trailer for the sleeper hit, the streaming service gives it a killer twist with "love," "obsession" and "secrets" as the theme of the movie.
The video depicts the lead Lara Jean as a serial killer with sinister agenda behind her heartfelt letters, eyeing Peter Kavinsky (Noah) as her next target. To aptly reflect the theme, the movie's title is changed into "To All the Boys I've Killed Before".