She really is all that!
TikTok sensation Addison Rae is taking her fame from the popular video app to the big screen.
The 19-year-old, who has amassed over 60 million followers on TikTok, has been cast to star in a remake of the 1999 romantic comedy “She’s All That,” according to Variety.
The reboot is getting a gender reversal makeover as it’s now entitled “He’s All That” and finds a popular teen girl revamping the image of a dorky boy.
The original featured Freddie Prinze Jr. transforming Rachel Leigh Cook from a nerdy outcast into the prom queen.
Rae is set to take over the role initially embodied by Prinze Jr.
“This reboot is a welcomed step towards a new generation of Miramax storytelling, part of our greater strategy to leverage our existing library with fresh, re-imagined content in both film and TV,” Miramax CEO Bill Block said.
The remake will be directed by Mark Waters, who previously directed “Mean Girls” and “Freaky Friday.”
Other than Rae, no other casting has been revealed for “He’s All That.”
The TikTok star was recently named the platform’s biggest earner by Forbes after taking home $5 million from her multiple endorsement deals. Rae is also the second-most followed person on the video app.
Released in 1999, “She’s All That” was a breakout hit and earned over $100 million at the box office.
In addition to Prinze Jr. and Cook, the film starred Paul Walker, Matthew Lillard, Anna Paquin, Usher, Gabrielle Union and Kieran Culkin.