See Addison Rae’s Acting Debut in Netflix’s He’s All That Trailer

TikTok superstar Addison Rae is about to have her big-screen debut in He's All That—and she’s bringing her bestie Kourtney Kardashian along for the ride!

By Elana Rubin Aug 04, 2021 11:11 PMTags
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Time to see this TikTok Girl in action on the the big screen.

Netflix has dropped its first trailer for He's All That, a gender-flipped remake of the 1999 teen flick She's All That starring viral sensation Addison Rae.

Addison, 20, stars as Padgett Sawyer, a popular influencer at her high school who catches her boyfriend Jordan Van Draanen (Peyton Meyer) cheating on her. Her friend, Alden (Madison Petis) suggests she get revenge on Jordan by upgrading another boy in school by making him over. Padgett then promises that she will make "the next prom king" through a transformation.

Her friends choose the lucky guy, and they land on Cameron Kweller, (Tanner Buchanan), "a total disaster," who Padgett says is "weird" and "antisocial." But of course, Padgett works her magic and in any true rom-com fashion, the two seemingly fall for each other (with bumps along the way).

Not only is this Addison's film debut, but it's also her older and wiser friend Kourtney Kardashian's first time on the big screen.

Kourtney Kardashian & Addison Rae's BFF Pics

Kourtney gave a sneak peek into what her prep work was like for the film, when she shared an Instagram in December 2020 presumably reading the script.

The Poosh founder relaxed on a bed, perfectly posed, and captioned the pic, "Studying @hesallthatmovie."

Her friends flooded the comments with support for her new role. The Keeping Up With the Kardashian star's stylist Dani Michelle wrote, "study her linesssss." And her TikTok BFF and co-worker Addison commented, "worrkkkkkkk." Kourt's acting in the movie even seemed to get the approval from the higher-up creatives. Producer Jennifer Gibgot said, "You crushed it," and we're sure she did.

Furthermore, both Teen Wolf actor Andrew Matarazzo, who also stars, and Addison herself said that Kourt's time in the film is a scene-stealer. They agreed that it was their favorite scene.

He's All That comes out on Netflix on Aug. 27.

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