- There’s a contention to be made that 1999’s teenager geek to-excellence parody.
- She’s All That genuinely didn’t require an update. But here we are, as Netflix debuts the trailer for He’s All That.
Mean Girls chief Mark Waters is behind the camera here for a film that discovers Addison Rae as Paget Sawyer, a mainstream teenager force to be reckoned with who finds that her performer sweetheart – who she abandoned no one important into a someone – is undermining her. Upset, she acknowledges a demand to do everything over again, focusing on her school’s greatest failure as a contender for change into prom lord.
When said washout is Tanner Buchanan (AKA Cobra Kai’s Robby Keane), you realize he’s going to be an attractive hunk covered under loose garments and tacky long hair.
However, then, at that point, the possibility of the appealing Rachel Leigh Cook as a geek in the first who removes her glasses and out of nowhere looks wonderful to everybody is heated into the nonsensicalness of the first. What’s more, Cook manifests here as Paget’s mom, with a further association with the first in Matthew Lillard, who can momentarily be found in the trailer bopping in the prom scene.
Will the real idea work today with this inversion? We’ll discover when the film drops on Netflix on 27 August. “This restart is a welcome step towards a new generation of Miramax storytelling, part of our broader strategy to leverage our existing library of freshly thought-out content in both film and television,” said Bill Block, CEO of Miramax.
It’s all that writer R. Lee Fleming gave back for this film and a twist on the original 21st century concept. To the unknown with 19-year-old Easterling, the star produces the second-most amount of followers on TikTok (60 million).