Addison Rae’s She’s All That remake heading to Netflix and the TikTok star’s delighted about it: ‘Dream come true’

He's All That starring Addison Rae and Cobra Kai star Tanner Buchanan is officially heading to Netflix
He’s All That is heading to Netflix later this year (Picture: Getty)

The She’s All That remake starring Addison Rae and Cobra Kai star Tanner Buchanan is officially heading to Netflix.

The TikTok star will make her acting debut alongside the Netflix actor in He’s All That, which is set to drop on the streaming service later this year.

Addison shared the exciting update with fans on Instagram as she wrote: ‘DREAM COME TRUE @netflix!!!!! ♥️ 190 countries.. insane. 🤯.’

For those who’ve forgotten the original film, it featured Freddie Prinze Jr and the late Paul Walker as high school pals who make a bet that Prinze’s character can turn any random girl in the school into a prom queen in a matter of week.

It also starred Rachael Leigh Cook as the chosen girl, geeky art student Laney – who naturally turns from an ugly duckling to a swan before the closing credits roll.

Written by the original screenwriter R. Lee Fleming, the remake flips the genders and sees Addison star as Padgett Sawyer – a popular influencer who accepts a challenge to turn the school’s biggest loser (Buchanan) into the prom king.

He's All That remake heading to Netflix
The gender-swapped remake sees TikTok star Addison Rae and Cobra Kai actor Tanner Buchanan in the lead roles (Picture: Netflix)

The contemporary re-imagining of the hit 90s flick will see OG star Rachael play Addison’s mother.

Elsewhere, Addison’s good pal Kourtney Kardashian also makes an appearance in the flick.

The likes of Madison Pettis, Myra Molloy, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Annie Jacob, Andrew Matarazzo, and Dominic Goodman round up the cast.

Mean Girls and Freaky Friday’s Mark Water directed the flick, working with the original She’s All That producers Andrew Panay and Jennifer Gigbot.

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