The romantic comedy from Netflix He is everything will be released on August 27, 2021 in Streamer. The movie stars Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Myra Molloy and Annie Jacob. Both Matthew Lillard and Rachael Leigh Cook are leaving. return She is all of that, on which the film is based, but in different roles.

“In this reinterpretation from 1999 She is all of thatThe humiliating breakup with Padgett, a teenage social media influencer, goes viral and leads her on a risky bet to save her reputation: She swears she can turn the scruffy antisocial Cameron into promising material, ”the official reads Logline. “But things get complicated when she realizes she’s falling in love with him.”

ComingSoon editor-in-chief Tyler Treese spoke with She is all of that Stars Matthew Lillard and Rachael Leigh Cook on the themes of romantic comedy and why they have returned He is everything, and more.

Tyler Treese: Rachael, it’s so exciting for you to come back to this show. I imagine it’s a real all-round moment for you. Was there ever any hesitation to get on board?

Rachael Leigh Cook: Yeah Tyler, you are absolutely right and you said it perfectly, that was such a fun moment that came full circle. Yes. I felt a certain hesitation. I thought this was a great movie the way it is. You don’t need any reference to the older version. Let’s just let them have it. But in the end, I’m so happy that I took part and I’m so happy that Matt was there and I wasn’t the only one, because I just think it’s good to be supported instead of just being asked for long after the movie came out over the years like, “Hey, what do you think of the remake of your movie?” It’s like, no, I was there. Clear. I support this and I already have so much love for everyone involved and I’m really excited for them because I think people will love this movie.

Matthew, you have such a fun role as principal and your dance sequence is a real highlight. How funny was that The film?

Matthew Lillard: It was fun. It was painful too. Tyler: I’m very old and rickety in my joints. So it was painful. There were many and many takes. I was happy with the first shot. Why couldn’t we just [go] on the first take, but by take nine I was very sweaty. I sweated a lot.

Cook: Well, you’ve always come up with great things. So of course they keep rolling.

Lillard: But the funny thing is that we did it in front of these dancers. I mean, the dancers in He’s All That are amazing. You have a whole sequence with the cast stepping in and this whole dance sequence. Yes.

Rachael, I love how the reboot stays true to the spirit of the original but updates it with some really important social media topics. How impressed were you with the writers and how they updated this story?

Cook: I was really impressed with the timely update. All I can say is that they did a great job and as a mother of two young children, I think it’s important to talk about all of the dangers and pitfalls of social media.

Matthew, where do you think Brock Hudson? [your character in She’s All That] would be 2021?

Lillard: Probably in a junk for the remake of … What kind of TV show is this?

Cook: The real world.

Lillard: He would probably be a politician, what he probably would be. Brock Hudson would be a politician now and would eat his own burgers in the Senate.

Rachael, the original film is so full of talent and there are so many amazing young talent in this film. What bright future do you see for this cast?

Cook: Oh my God. I’ve told the cast a million times and I’ll say it again. I just hope this film gives them as many incredible opportunities as our version does for me. I am still grateful for our film to this day.