- Mark Ruffalo appeared on NBC’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Wednesday and finally responded to the comparisons to Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Love Before” star Noah Centineo.
- Fans have pointed out that Centineo’s voice sounds similar to Ruffalo’s, and his appearance bears a slight resemblance. Even the 22-year-old agrees and wants Ruffalo to play his dad in the “TATBILB” sequel.
- “I wish I was that good looking,” Ruffalo said.
- The 51-year-old actor added that Centineo is “way better looking” than he was at that age, as Fallon showed the audience an old photo of Ruffalo wearing braces as a teenager.
- Watch the video below.
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