The upcoming remake of Addison Rae’s He’s All That will be released much sooner than you think.
The film’s protagonists gathered to announce the next release date, August 27, 2021, with a special video on Instagram.
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Two photos have also been revealed that give fans the first official look at the film and its protagonists.
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He’s All That, which is a remake of the original 1999 film He’s All That, “follows an influencer (Addison Rae) who accepts a challenge to turn the school’s biggest loser (Tanner Buchanan) into the king of dance.”
The film also stars Maddison Petits, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Annie Jacob and Myra Molloy. Rachael Leigh Cook and Matthew Lillard return from the original film, although it has been confirmed that Rachel’s character is not the same one she played in the 1999 hit. The film also marks the first time former Girl Meets World stars Tanner Buchanan and Peyton Meyer have worked together since the series ended in 2017.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, production of the film was able to continue throughout Los Angeles as tv shows and movies were able to shoot. It was finally completed in December 2020, according to the film’s Instagram page. In March 2021, Netflix acquired the rights to premiere it globally on its streaming platform. According to Deadline, it cost them $20 million to secure it proving that it will be a great premiere for them.
So mark your calendars, because you’re definitely not going to want to miss it when it finally arrives on Netflix on August 27th.