Netflix darlings Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are unearthing the Pablo Picassos within themselves in our first episode of Portrait Mode. While answering questions about their soon-to-be Valentine’s Day classic, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, they also put their artistic skills to the test by simultaneously drawing portraits of each other. The results? You’ll have to watch the video to find out, but it’s probably safe to say that the reviews would make any surrealist painter proud.
“Santa’s worst helper is what I look like,” Centineo says of Condor’s interpretation of him. “She has nothing left to give,” adds Condor of her costar’s less-than-flattering sketch of her. Read on to see what else they have to say.
On the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel …
“I just want you guys to see the movie ’cause I love it so much,” begins Condor. “I’m really excited for people to meet John Ambrose. … I’m excited for people to continue to see Lara Jean grow as a young woman.”
Centineo elaborates, “Yup, yup. The continuation of our relationship, when we’re actually a couple versus pretending to be a couple. That would be nice too.”
On their characters …
Condor relates to her character, saying, “I feel like I’ve spent so much time with Lara Jean because we did do two and three back-to-back. I think I relate to her because I typically live in my own head and create a world in my own head, and she does that.”
On Centineo’s Peter Kavinsky, the role that helped catapult the actor to instant heartthrob status, he says, “I think Peter is a romantic, like a hopeless romantic or a hopeful romantic.”
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