The first full-length trailer for Addison Rae's He's All That is here

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Addison Rae's hotly anticipated Netflix film He's All That has finally got its first trailer, or at least, a bit of it. A 17-second clip has appeared online which appears to show a portion of the trailer for the upcoming film - a gender-flipped remake of the 1999 teen rom-com She's All That.

Here's everything we know about Addison Rae's film debut, He's All That.

What's He's All That about?

The film follows popular girl Padgett Sawyer (Rae), who goes on a mission to make over a nerdy classmate after boasting that she can make anyone popular. Addison will be playing the lead role in the remake, which has been reimagined from a female perspective. In the original 1999 remake the role was played by Freddie Prince Jr, who starred as jock Zack Siler, and made over the nerdiest girl in school (eye roll), Laney Boggs, played by Rachael Leigh Cook.

Who has been cast in He's All That?

Alongside Addison in the lead role the film stars Tanner Buchanan as her popularity project, and it even looks like Rachael Leigh Cook is returning to play Padgett's mum Anna Sawyer.

Of course, the most shocking casting news is Kardashian shaped. Kourtney Kardashian revealed back in December last year that she had landed a part in her pal Addison's upcoming remake.

Kourtney announced the news on Instagram, with a picture of her lounging on a bed in a tan and black blazer dress and thigh high boots, reading a script for the project. She captioned the post, "studying @hesallthatmovie."

And if that wasn't evidence enough, the Instagram account for the film then re-shared Kourtney's post along with the caption, "Introducing Jessica Miles Torres".

Addison Rae also confirmed the news that Kourtney is joining the cast by reposting her original picture on her Instagram Stories along with the caption, "work partner".

While it isn't clear exactly who Kourtney's Jessica character is and what her storyline will be, we're excited to see Kourtney's acting debut.

The other exciting news is that Mark Waters, the filmmaker behind Mean Girls, is set to direct. Somehow, we're actually feeling quite positive about this?


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