Noah Beck is ready to take on the challenge in 2023 with a new acting project.
The TikTok star is set to star in the upcoming romantic comedy ‘The QB Bad Boy and Me,’ based on one of the most popular Wattpad stories. Shooting starts in March.
“New year, new adventure. Yeah, it’s exciting. 2023 is all about trying things out,” he said of tackling the challenge.
“It’s been about two years since I started taking acting classes because I knew it was one of the things on my want-to-do list. And I think I’m ready, I’m nervous but good nerves.
He was chatting with Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp in the front row.
“We’ve been friends for a while. It’s like ‘Noah’s squared,'” Beck joked. “I text him here and there and ask for tips. He’s great.” I love him, he’s like a brother to me.”
Beck, who began venturing into fashion a little over a year ago, is now a front-row regular and tailor-made risk taker. And that’s the biggest thing.” At the Ami Alexandre Matiusi show on Thursday night, he wore a green handkerchief with sequins around his neck.
A very excited Hoshi of K-pop group Seventeen meets one of his idols, Usher, for the first time. Usher introduced himself to Gwendolyn Christie, and the unexpected trio snapped together.
French actor Pierre Niney also joined Ami in the front row between the shoots of the upcoming Netflix series Fiasco. The show follows a cinematography that has gone astray. The Cesar winner wrapped “Le Livre des Solutions” with director Michel Gondry.
Niney plays a semi-biographical version of Gondry himself. “It’s not him, but it’s about him. .
They filmed at Gondry’s aunt’s house, and the props were items that Gondry actually used during the period. Get out and scream, then come back and do another take.’ He always goes where you don’t think he’s going.”
The film is widely rumored to premiere at Cannes, and Gondry also dressed up on the set for Thursday’s Louis Vuitton show.