The popular film from the 1990s called ‘She’s All That’ has received a gender change in its upcoming remake on Netflix. The remake is called ‘He’s All That’.
Releasing on Netflix in late August 2021, here is everything that you need to know about He’s All That.
He’s All That is an upcoming teen-comedy Netflix Original and the remake of the 1999 film She’s All That.
Gender Roles Reversed In The Remake
The project is directed by Mark Waters and the writer is R. Lee Fleming Jr.
In the trendy remake, reboots, prequels, and sequels market, it has become common to see the rise of leader character’s gender change in the remake projects and something similar happened with She’s All That.
She’s All That is a very popular comedy film from the 90s.
When Will The Remake Release?
After Netflix released the preview of its summer movies, it is certain that He’s All That will be hitting the Netflix platform on Friday, August 27, 2021.
He’s All That Will Be Available To Subscribers Worldwide.
The storyline of He’s All That follows the exact same plot as She’s All That but the gender roles of the lead characters are reversed.
Padgett Sawyer, a well-known high school influencer accepted the challenge of turning a school nerdo played by Cameron Kweller, into a prom king.
The following cast members have been confirmed to play in He’s All That:
Rachel Leigh as Anna Sawyer
Tanner Buchanan as Cameron Kweller
Kourtney Kardashian as Jessica Miles
Addison Rae as Padgett Sawyer
Rachel Leigh Cook is best known for her role in She’s All That as Laney Boggs but will not be returning to same tole in He’s All That. Instead, she will be portraying the role of Anna Sawyer, the mother of Addison Rae character Padgett Sawyer.
Recording of He’s All That took place in late 2020 and early 2021.