A new modernization has just added to the Netflix content library. It is He is like that, a remake based on the 1999 romantic comedy She’s all that and starring the tiktoker Addison Rae, in her acting debut. This recent premiere has the presence of the star Rachael leigh cook, who in this case plays Rae’s mother in the film.
In that sense, and as part of his interview related to the aforementioned revival, Vanity Fair magazine asked Cook about his memories with his former colleagues from the original cast, which includes Paul Walker (Dean Sampson in fiction). “I think it’s a bit blurry. I mean, how much does anyone really remember their high school experience? I remember shooting almost every scene in that movie, ”he explained.
“I remember that I loved the dialogues. I remember how much it affected me when I learned of Paul’s passing, because you always think that there is going to be – it’s the cheesiest thing I’ve ever said – time to remember with people, the way I’m doing it with you now ”, he highlighted.
On the other hand, the actress also revealed how she felt when she received the call from the film’s producer, Jennifer Gibgot, for the reboot of the streaming giant. “My mind thought: ‘The mother is going to say.’ Seem right. I am a mother. Sure enough, he said, ‘We want you to play Addison Rae’s mother.’ I said, ‘Who is that? Because I’m not cool. ‘ All you have to type, I think, is ‘ad-d’ in Google, and you learn a lot, ”he explained.
What is She’s all that about?
She’s all that is the typical story of the king and queen of the high school prom and the race to defend popular status in the next ballot. Zack Siler, the heartthrob of the story, is dumped by his girlfriend, the equally attractive and extremely famous Taylor Vaughan, who has fallen in love with a soap opera celebrity over spring break.
After being publicly sidelined, Zack defends his discomfort by stating that Taylor is all makeup and that he can turn any normal girl into a prom queen with similar accessories.
His high school classmate, Dean Sampson (Paul Walker), makes a bet on this claim and chooses ‘nerdy girl’ Laney Boggs (Rachael Leigh Cook) from the crowd as the one his friend must turn into the new diva.
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