He’s All that is an American adolescent film falling under the genre of farce-appeal directed by Mark Waters and written by R. Lee Fleming Jr. The film is a remake of She’s All That, only the genders are being altered.
The film is all set to get aired digitally on August 27, 2021, in the U.S, and the audience can watch the film on Official Netflix. The audience must watch the newly released trailer, which will enable them to predict the story and see the charming duo for the first time in a movie.
All that Audience Need to Know
The film went through severe trouble when held in Union Station, Los Angeles, in December 2020. Citizens highly criticized the filming since Covid-19 was getting severe in those areas. However, the crew was able to solve the issues and completed them.
Cast and Crew
After gaining fame in TikTok, Addison Rae is all set to hit the Silver Screen. Variety was the first to report that Rae has successfully secured a role as the main actress. The other casted stars are Addison Rae as Padgett Sawyer&Tanner Buchanan as Cameron Kweller, the two main performers of the movie. Madison Pettis as Alden& Myra Molloy as Quinn will play Padgett’s friends. Peyton Meyer as Jordan Van Draanen, Padgett’s cheating boyfriend.
And Isabella Crovetti as Brin Kweller, Annie Jacob as Nisha Andrew Matarazzo as Logan, Vanessa Dubasso as Aniston, Brian Torres, Romel De Silva as Sebastian Woo, Dominic Goodman as Track, Ryan Hollis, and Tiffany Simon Kourtney Kardashian will also be seen for a short period welcoming Cameron and Padgett at a party.
From the original movie, two actors are reportedly to come back, who are: Rachael Leigh Cook as Mrs. Sawyer, Padgett’s mother(having no link with her former character as Laney Boggs in the original film), and Matthew Lillard( who played Brock Hudson in the first movie), but we don’t know his role in the movie yet.
The story is the same as the original one, and She’s All That. The story revolves around Padgett, a teenage social media influencer who, to save her humiliating on camera break-up, seeks to save her reputation by trying to turn a rustic anti-social Cameron into a fine, handsome, and gentle prom-king material as challenged by her so-called true friends. The film reaches its climax in the makeover scene, where fans will delight Tanner in an extremely charming look.
Tanner finds himself awkward initially in the 1920’s themed party but eventually attracts the attention of all. Although Padgett was supposed to avenge his ex-boyfriend, she grows attractive to Cameron and falls for him. She tries to convince Cameron of her love for what he is. The audience can witness the recreation of the iconic dance battle and a new version of Sixpence None The Richer’s “Kiss Me,” reminding them of the soundtrack of the original movie. Fans should indeed be interested in the new couple and so should not miss the movie.