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Addison Rae confesses that she and Tanner Buchanan practiced the kiss scene a lot before filming it




The famous tiktoker, Addison rae, made his film debut with the film “He’s All That”, which premiered last Friday, August 27 on Netflix. And for this new facet in the star’s career, she took it very seriously, so much so that she and her co-star Tanner buchanan they decided to practice their kiss scene several times before filming took place.

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But before any kind of speculation, the couple did not have an affair in real life and it was all strictly professional. This was revealed by Addison herself in an interview with Entertainment tonight during the premiere of the film.

“We practice our kissing together in our free time. You have to practice! It’s weird when you do it for the first time in front of everyone, so we think, Okay, we have to put this behind us. Let’s do it! ‘”Said the influencer.

Although “He’s All That” debuted under negative reviews from the film’s main couple, but the 20-year-old TikTok star has already confirmed that he wants to continue working in film.




“I definitely want to keep making movies. I am very excited about it. A lot of cool stuff is coming out, but I can’t talk much about it yet. Everything is going to be very exciting and I hope it surprises a lot of people, “he snapped.

Netflix’s new romantic comedy, “He’s All That”, it’s a remake of the movie “She’s All That” (released in 1999). The film received a red rating of 36 (out of 100) on the Metacritic website and just a 28% approval rating on the Rotten Tomatoes website. For what is called a fiasco.

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Magazine Variety reported that the film is as outdated as the use of the slang “all that”, in reference to the name of the film in English “He’s All That”. Meanwhile, the newspaper The Guardian wrote that the movie has the same feeling as watching a bunch of TikTok videos. Which, a reference to the protagonist Addison Rae, who became famous in said application and is currently one of the most followed people there.




HELEN HERNANDEZ
Helen Hernandez is our best writer. Helen writes about social news and celebrity gossip. She loves watching movies since childhood. Email: Helen@oicanadian.com Phone : +1 281-333-2229

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