A gender-swapped version of the 1999 flick She’s All That, unsurprisingly titled He’s All That, will be coming to Netflix.
The streaming giant reportedly picked up the rights to the reboot in a deal valued at more than $20 million.
Rae will play Padgett Sawyer — inspired by Zackary Siler (originally played by Freddie Prinze Jr.) in the original She's All That — an influencer who takes on a challenge to turn the biggest outcast in the school, Cameron Kweller (played by Buchanan), into prom king.
According to Variety, Rae’s mentor and BFF Kourtney Kardashian will even have a cameo. In December, Kardashian posted a pic of her laying in bed reading a script and said she was "studying" the He’s All That script.
Not only are Kardashian and Rae pals, OK! exclusively reported that they're also business partners. "It makes sense. Kourtney has all the contacts and has worked with every photographer, editor and reporter in the industry over the past 20 years," a source previously told OK!.
"And the Kardashians have such a strong work ethic, so companies or brands that want to work with Addison know that she will be ready and on time if Kourtney is working behind the scenes."
As for the big He’s All That news, Rae seems, well... thrilled. "NETFLIX?!!??!!!!!" Rae exclaimed on Twitter on Wednesday, March 17.
"AAAAAGGGGGAGHGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAHAHHGGHGGG LIFE IS SO AMAZING AND BEAUTIFUL AND COOL AND FUN AND HOT AND SEXY," the 20-year-old gushed.
Mark Waters is director on the new film, featuring a script by R. Lee Fleming, who was the original screenwriter for the 1999 version. Original producers Jennifer Gigbot and Andrew Panlay returned with Bill Block for Miramax. TikTok is even reportedly on board with the film.
He’s All That will also star Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Annie Jacob, Myra Molloy and Matthew Lillard.
A release date has not been given, but Netflix will reportedly begin streaming He’s All That globally later this year.
Deadline was the first to report that Netflix picked up He’s All That.