Netflix is making a remake of 'She's All That' called 'He's All That'
Netflix announces the movie with a series of tweets over the weekend.
Netflix has acquired the rights to make a male version of the 1999 film She's All That. According to Deadline Netflix spent $20 million to acquire the rights to the film.
Netflix confirmed the news on Twitter with tweets about the film and mentioned some of the cast and crew involved with the project. They wrote: "What is this, some sort of dork outreach program? HE'S ALL THAT, a gender-flipped reimagining of the 1999 teen classic, is coming to Netflix! Addison Rae & Tanner Buchanan will star in the film directed by Mark Waters and written by SHE'S ALL THAT writer R. Lee Fleming Jr."
The upcoming remake will star Addison Rae, a famous TikToker and Tanner Buchanan of Kobra Kai is the male lead. Rachel Leigh Cook the original Laney Boggs will feature in the film along with Matthew Lillard. In the reboot, Cook is set to play the sweet mother role of Padgett Sawyer played by Addison Rae.
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