Spot the construction in the background.
Multiple fans have posted photos with the 25-year-old actor on the streets of the city, and some have even spotted him in Old Montreal's Tiers Paysage restaurant and Tommy Café. But now we've got the first update from Centineo, himself.
In a Monday Instagram post captioned, "thus far in Montreal," he shared a peek into his activity in the city — which has included attendance at a Montreal Canadiens game alongside reported Graymail producer Doug Liman.
Another pic in the Insta post shows Centineo in a car with Montreal's classic orange construction signs in the background.
He also appears to have snapped a photo of one of those glassy diamond works by artist Le Diamantaire.
Work on Graymail is scheduled to wrap up in February 2022.
Yes, he even managed to get a pic in front of an orange cone...
OK, we're swooning. Actor Noah Centineo is in Montreal to apparently begin work on the forthcoming Netflix series Graymail. According to reports, he's been super down to snap pics with eager fans.
One Montrealer reported running into Centineo at the Plaza Côte-des-Neiges, but it seems the actor has taken a liking to Old Montreal. At least three people have come across him in the neighbourhood.
IM SORRY WHAT HE WAS SO SWEET #fyp #noahcentineo #mtl #celebritycruch
18-year-old Cynthia Brax told MTL Blog that she and her sister encountered Centineo at the Tommy Café location on rue Saint-Paul.
She said they asked the actor for a photo after he inquired about places in the neighbourhood to buy film for his camera. He then stood with the two women while waiting for his coffee order.
"He was really, really sweet," Brax said.
A TikTok she later made using her photo with Centineo — with a very Montreal backdrop of curbside garbage and an orange cone — went viral, amassing over 23,000 likes.
The 25-year-old heartthrob also seems to have stuck around in the neighbourhood to grab a bite at Tiers Paysage.
Montrealer Mya Saint-Jean told Narcity and MTL Blog she saw Centineo on October 14 eating with a friend at the Old Montreal wine bar, where she was able to snap a pic with the actor.
Ariq Moyeed, 21, also ran into Centineo on the street near the Old Port on October 15.
"I just walked up to him and said, 'hi,' and he was really nice," Moyeed said in an Instagram message to MTL Blog. "I just asked him for a quick picture and he smiled and said, 'yes.'"
The production of Graymail is scheduled to wrap up in February 2022, according to ACTRA Montreal.
We may pass out.
Heartthrob actor Noah Centineo is in Montreal and multiple fans appear to have spotted him out and about the city.
Centineo may be best known for his role as Peter Kavinsky in the To All The Boys franchise. But he's apparently in Montreal to work on Netflix's forthcoming series Graymail, shooting in the city from October to February, according to ACTRA.
The actor posted a photo of a Graymail script on his Instagram story on October 18.
One Montrealer, Alyssa Kate Angeles, ran into Centineo at Montreal's Plaza Côte-des-Neiges on Saturday, October 16.
Other photos posted to TikTok and Instagram show Centineo walking down the street and in at least one Montreal bar.
MTL Blog is in the process of verifying those images.
The 90-year-old native Montrealer is set to blast off on Wednesday — yes, for real.
William Shatner is set to launch into space on Wednesday and, this time, it's not the set of Star Trek — it's real life. But did you know Shatner's journey from infancy to outer space actually started in Montreal?
“We are just at the beginning, but how miraculous the beginning is.” @WilliamShatner is ready to go to space. #NS18 https://t.co/u3MnOAbWtW— Blue Origin (@Blue Origin) 1634046747.0
In an interview with Professionally Speaking, the Ontario College of Teachers' magazine, Shatner is quoted as saying, "The Montreal Children's Theatre probably had a bigger influence on my life than any educational facility, other than McGill University."
"I wrote, directed and acted in McGill's Red and White Review three out of my four years at university. That was my education really," Shatner is quoted as saying in the Professionally Speaking article.
After finishing his undergrad at McGill, Shatner became a business manager for a Montreal theatre company called Mountain Playhouse before joining the Canadian National Repertory Theatre in Ottawa, according to the Canadian Encyclopedia.
From there, Shatner started acting at Stratford Festival, then on Broadway, and then on television where he gained notoriety as Star Trek's Captain James T. Kirk.
From the streets of NDG to countless TV screens to Canada's Walk Of Fame, Shatner carries a piece of Montreal with him. And, on October 13 at 10 a.m., that little piece of Montreal is set to be "beamed up" into outer space.
The first episode airs October 10!
Bachelor in Paradise Canada recently released a sneak peek at what the upcoming season is going to look like — and it's safe to say things get steamy at the camp.
The show promises to be full of "heat, heartbreak and hotties."
You can watch all the drama unfold on CityTV!
And they're absolutely hilarious.
Do you ever see people walking around and wonder about their lives? What they're thinking? Where they're going? It's hard not to .
With this in mind, the student behind the Fake People of McGill (@fakepeopleofmcgill) TikTok account took it upon themselves to answer such questions about people they spot around campus — and their assumptions about these individuals are absolutely hilarious.
When asked why they decided to create this account, the McGill student told MTL Blog, "I kept seeing fake people accounts for other schools and I was searching for a McGill account but eventually I got tired of waiting and just decided to make one myself!"
#mcgill #fakepeople #college #montreal #mtl
"It's really easy for people to get stuck in their own life and thoughts so I hope that the page is a reminder that everyone around us has their own world and story happening too," they added.
we all made the same mistake in first year #mcgill #fakepeople #college #montreal #mtl
The account's most viewed TikTok so far, a video appearing to show a pair of students walking with a puppy, has racked up over 644K views — likely because of the wholesome puppy content.
#mcgill #fakepeople #montreal #college
Whenever you need a good laugh, head on over to @fakepeopleofmcgill on TikTok.
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