The next stop of Netflix, which makes various programs with internet celebrities, was TikTok. The famous content platform signed a deal with the TikTok phenomenon, which has 88.3 million followers.
Netflix aims to produce TV series and movies that will appeal to younger people, and it is preparing projects in this direction. As a result of this, the last stop of Netflix, which signed film and TV series projects with phenomena and “internet celebrities”, was TikTok.
The US content platform announced that it has signed an agreement with the world-famous TikTok phenomenon Addison Rae. Rae’s first project will be a remake of a 1999 high school movie.
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Although Netflix has signed on to multiple projects with Addison Rae, her first project will be “He‘s All That,” a remake of the 1999 romantic comedy high school movie “She’s All That.” it will be. Commenting on the deal, Rae said, “Working with Netflix was something I could only dream of. I am very excited to work with this amazing team and to improve myself in acting.”
The movie starring Rae, who has 83.3 million followers on TikTok, has already attracted the attention of many people. Netflix expects He’s All That, which was released recently, to be watched by 55 million people in its first month. In addition, according to Netflix’s statement, the movie is currently number 1 in countries such as Brazil, France and Saudi Arabia.
In the movie, he will play a social media phenomenon who tries to turn one of the school’s outcast students into the “prince” at the school’s graduation.
Addison Rae also released her first single, “Obsessed,” last March, and was nominated for the Best Breakthrough Social Star Award at the 2021 MTV Music Awards.