Noah Centineo, known for his role as Peter Kavinsky in the Netflix film “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” is still adjusting to fame. However, he may want to speed the process up.

As Harper’s Bazaar reports, Centineo’s appearance in the first movie increased his social media following from somewhere under a million to over 13 million people. His fan base is steadily increasing following the Wednesday release of the sequel, “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.”

Spoiler Alert: There are a few spoilers from the new movie below, but here are some viewers’ reactions to the film:

However, Jordan Fisher’s character John Ambrose McClaren may be giving Centineo a little competition

Despite all the attention, Centineo has remained modest about his fame. In fact, he “never” even says the words fame or celebrity, although he is grateful for his success.

“It’s more of a blessing than a curse,” he told Harper’s Bazaar. “But ask me again in five years when maybe I’m boxed into it and can’t get out. If that’s my path, I might have a different answer for you, but at this point in time, I’m trying to enjoy every single moment of it.”

However, the madness doesn’t end here. The final part of the romance trilogy, “Always and Forever, Lara Jean” is in post-production and will reportedly be released later this year.

Celebrate Valentine's Day by watching "To All The Boys I've Loved Before." Courtesy of Netflix