Starring Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan, the movie is a gender-swap remake of the 1999 comedy She’s All That
He’s All That, the teen comedy starring Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan, is all set to release and is expected to be a fun watch. The movie, which reimagines the original plot from the 1999 popular comedy She’s All That, is ready to stream on Netflix from August 27.
The streaming giant released a trailer for the movie in the first week of August, which received mixed reactions from the audience. While some questioned the choice of casting a singer in the lead role, others were disappointed that the trailer gave away a lot about the story.
He’s All That follows the story of Padgett Sawyer (Addison), a social media influencer who makes a bet that she can turn Cameron Kweller (Tanner), the school’s least popular boy into the prom king. The trailer reveals the incidents that lead up to this and how Padgett ends up falling for Cameron. The trailer also hints at a light-hearted teen comedy that could be a fun watch.
The movie is directed by Mark Waters, who has previously helmed movies like Mean Girls, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and Mr. Popper's Penguins and also stars Madison Pettis, Rachael Leigh Cook, Peyton Meyer, Myra Molloy and Isabella Crovetti.
He’s all that is a gender-swap remake of She’s All That which stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook. The movie, which received mixed reviews after its release, was extremely popular in the 1990s and helped the song Kiss Me gain mainstream attention and popularity. While Rachael Leigh Cook will play a major role in He’s All That, it is confirmed that her character is not related to the original movie.