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Watch the Official Trailer of He’s All That On Netflix!

He’s All That, a romantic comedy about teenagers directed by Mark Waters will come out in the United States of America in 2021. R. Lee Fleming Jr. This is a reimagining of the movie that came out in 1999, but with the genders switched.

He’s All That

Padgett Sawyer is a TikTok influencer who is in her senior year of high school. She lives with her mother, a local nurse, who is divorced, but she claims to live in a luxury apartment so that her fans and sponsors won’t know the truth about her living situation. One day, Padgett learns that her boyfriend, the social media influencer and promising hip-hop singer Jordan Van Draanen, has left her for a backup dancer. She is further embarrassed when a live broadcast of her tantrum causes her to lose followers and sponsorship offers.

To redeem her, she makes a wager that she can make the unpopular photography student Cameron Kweller, the student with the lowest popularity at the school, the prom king. Padgett persists with the bet even though he does not care for her at all. She learns more about him via his younger sister Brin, and to get to know him better, she starts taking horseback riding lessons with him. Over time, while staying true to her word on the bet, Padgett begins to develop a closer relationship with Cameron.

During this time, she finds out that Cameron and his younger sister have been raised by their grandmother since their mother passed away many years ago, and that their father currently resides in Sweden. At a party that her friend Quinn is throwing, Padgett improves Cameron’s appearance and wardrobe while also encouraging him to expand his social circle. There, he rescues Cameron from enduring the embarrassment of being embarrassed when Jordan comes with his girlfriend.

Cameron and his younger sister
Cameron and his younger sister

Cameron gets into a fight with Jordan at Padgett’s friend Alden’s Great Gatsby-themed birthday party when Jordan tries to get sexual with Brin, and in the process, his mother’s camera is ruined. This causes Cameron to leave the party in a rage, despite Padgett’s attempts to console him. This causes Padgett to regret following through with the bet, but she does not back down from the bet.

Alden displays her real colors the next day when she betrays Padgett and tells her about her plan to become prom queen together with Jordan. She also admits that she was the one who was responsible for live-streaming Padgett’s tantrum.

After Cameron kisses Padgett, she starts to develop a love for him, but she cannot bring herself to tell him how she feels. After Brin learns that Padgett has kissed Cameron, she gives him the suggestion of asking her to the prom. Cameron, who now feels that Padgett only liked him because of the bet, is enraged.

As a result, Alden exposes the bet that she made with Padgett to guarantee that Padgett would come out on the losing end of the wager. Padgett’s mother encourages her daughter to attend the prom by telling her to be the same person she’s always been and not the person she was when she was a social influencer in the past. Padgett’s mother wants her daughter to still go to the prom.

available on Netflix on 04-Aug-2021
available on Netflix on 04-Aug-2021

Cameron is adamant about not going to the prom, but Brin, seeing that her elder brother has been smiling for the first time since the passing of their mother and the introduction of Padgett into his life, can convince him to change his mind. Padgett decides not to participate in her role as prom queen when he fails to show up.

After that, Padgett rides up to meet Cameron outside the school as Cameron is on a horse, and he apologizes to Cameron before kissing him. After the events that took place after the prom, Padgett regains her fan following and takes her social media influence in a new direction. She does this by traveling to a variety of locations all over the globe with Cameron, who is now her dedicated boyfriend.

The film He’s All That had its global debut on August 25, 2021, at the NeueHouse in Hollywood, California, before it was made available on Netflix on the following day, August 27, 2021. Netflix said that it was the most-watched movie on their platform during that particular week. He’s All That is available on Netflix on 04-Aug-2021.

Cast and Characters Of He’s All That

  • Addison Rae as Padgett Sawyer,
  • Madison Pettis as Alden,
  • Tanner Buchanan as Cameron Kweller,
  • Peyton Meyer as Jordan
  • Rachael Leigh Cook as Anna Sawyer,
  • Peyton Meyer as Jordan,
  • Matthew Lillard as Principal Bosch,
  • Annie Jacob as Nisha,
  • Isabella Crovetti as Brin Kweller,
  • Myra Molloy as Quinn.

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