You’ve probably heard of Addison Rae and Bryce Hall if you use TikTok. They are well-known TikTokers with a large following. Rae and Hall made headlines in 2019 for reasons other than their TikTok videos, such as the suspicions surrounding their romance. In September 2020, Rae acknowledged her connection with Hall.
They broke up soon after, but a month later, they rekindled their romance. Their friendship became well-known when they collaborated on beautiful TikTok videos. Unfortunately, the relationship was short-lived. In February 2021, Bryce Hall was accused of cheating online, and the TikTok stars shocked their fans by announcing their split. Despite Hall’s denial of the infidelity allegations, the two split up in March 2021.
On August 9, 2021, Rae shaded Hall in a lie detector exam, confirming that she is no longer friends with her exes. Although Hall was displeased with the video, he continues to support Rae and her career. He’s All That, Rae’s feature film debut, came out on August 27, 2021, and Hall has been nothing but supportive of his ex.
Critics were unsatisfied with ‘He’s All That.’
While Rae’s supporters think she did a terrific job, the film failed to impress critics. Critics and moviegoers have mainly given the film negative reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. It currently has a Tomatometer rating of 32 percent and a 30 percent audience score. The Washington Post, meanwhile, panned the film, writing, “He’s All That is not all that.”
Finally, Decider encouraged their readers to avoid seeing the film. Many other reviews agree with these critics, but you may decide for yourself by watching He’s All That on Netflix.
Bryce Hall’s Surprising Appearance
He’s All That is a gender-swapped remake of She’s All That, which was released in 1999. Padgett Sawyer, played by Rae, is a popular girl who had a terrible breakup with her lover in the film.
To get over the humiliation and avenge herself, she accepts a challenge to make Cameron Kweller, the school’s least popular kid, prom king. Emotions, on the other hand, are at risk. Following the film’s release, Hall turned to Twitter to express his admiration for Rae’s performance. She quoted Hall’s gratitude on Twitter and hinted that he has a cameo in the film.
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When fans learnt about Hall’s visit, they were overjoyed but astonished. But, given that the film was made when Rae and Hall were still together, it’s understandable that Rae would include her lover in her first film. Hall made a surprise appearance in the film in an uncredited role. He played Sawyer’s ex-boyfriend Jordan’s pal, but had no dialogue.
During the ‘Drop it like F.Scott’ party scene, he appeared to console Jordan after a heartbreak. Sawyer is also there at the party, but she has no interaction with Hall’s character. Despite the film’s bad reviews, Hall’s supporters were pleased to see their idol in it. Hall continued to remark on Rae’s Instagram posts about the film even after it had shown.