He’s All That Trailer reimagines the love movie in reverse roles


Back in 1999, She is all that starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook was an addicting teen romantic flick that had it all. Turn a simple nerdy girl into a high school speech based on a bet. He launched Cook’s fame and made Sixpence None the Richer’s theme song “Kiss Me” a radio hit.

More than two decades later, Netflix is ​​relaunching the film with a reverse role-playing story with He is all that with almost the same scenario with cultural references for the millennium and the post-millennium.

The new cast stars Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Myra Molloy and Annie Jacob. For nostalgic fans, Matthew Lillard and Rachael Leigh Cook make their appearances in the film, but not the same characters from She is all that.

Here is the official synopsis of He is all that:

In this reinvention of the years 1999 She is all that, the humiliating on-camera breakup of teen social media influencer Padgett goes viral, leading her to make a risky bet to save her reputation: she swears she can turn scruffy anti-social Cameron into prom-king material. But things get complicated when she finds herself falling for him IRL (in real life).

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Like it or hate it—She is all that is one of the best teen romance movies of the 1990s and early 2000s. While a lot of people hate remakes, Netflix He is all that re-introduces this teenage love flick for a new, younger generation that includes newer lingo and social media influences, which were non-existent for previous generations. As for the story, if it works, then why change it.

He is all that releases worldwide on Netflix on August 27.

Watch the trailer below. Let us know what you think.

Source: Netflix


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