Jameela Jamil Says Addison Rae's 'She's All That' Remake Looks 'F****** Terrible'

Jameela Jamil has removed her name from the list of potential viewers of Addison Rae's upcoming movie He's All That, after stating it looks "f****** terrible."

Shortly after Netflix released the trailer for the gender-switched remake of She's All That on Wednesday, Jamil took to Twitter to share her feelings about the project.

The Good Place star Jamil wrote: "This looks objectively F****** terrible. Which means *everyone* is going to watch it and it's going to be number 1."

When another Twitter user told the British actress they "definitely" wouldn't be watching the film, Jamil replied: "You'll succumb to the hate watching peer pressure. Just wait. We ignore great art and publicize stuff like this with our hatred, and then it becomes number 1, and then studios green light more films just like it."

Another person tweeted that they agreed with Jamil's initial statement, though added: "But that's also how I felt about your performance in The Good Place."

"100 [percent] fair," said former TV presenter Jamil in response. "I had never acted before and had no idea what is was doing. Thank GOD for Ted Danson."

This looks objectively Fucking terrible. Which means *everyone* is going to watch it and it’s going to be number 1. https://t.co/zcBJjT9tRL

— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) August 4, 2021

You’ll succumb to the hate watching peer pressure. Just wait. We ignore great art and publicize stuff like this with our hatred, and then it becomes number 1, and then studios green light more films just like it.

— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) August 4, 2021

💯 fair. I had never acted before and had no idea what is was doing. Thank GOD for Ted Danson.

— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) August 4, 2021

I didn’t say anything about Addison. The film looks bad. Xx

— Jameela Jamil 🌈 (@jameelajamil) August 5, 2021

Another Rae fan spoke out in the TikTok star's defense, telling Jamil: "[N]either has Addison [acted before] and she's doing great. So chill out."

Jamil, who recently announced that she has joined the cast of the upcoming She-Hulk TV series, clarified that her criticism was not of Rae's abilities, as she wrote back: "I didn't say anything about Addison. The film looks bad."

In the movie, Rae plays Padgett Sawyer, a high school student who catches her boyfriend cheating on a music video set. She then accepts a challenge to turn the school's most unpopular boy into prom king to avenge the fallout.

The movie, directed by Mark Waters (Mean Girls) also stars Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, and Isabella Crovetti.

And fans of the 1999 movie on which He's All That is based will be thrilled to see appearances from She's All That stars Rachael Leigh Cook and Matthew Lillard. Kourtney Kardashian also makes a cameo in the film.

Rae—who boasts more than 82 million followers on TikTok—recently admitted that she and Kardashian were both "excited" and "nervous" about making the movie.

"I am very very excited about it; she's super excited about it," Rae told People of herself and the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star in July.

The social media sensation added that she and Kardashian "talked about" the movie "recently [and] she was like, 'Oh my gosh, I'm so nervous,' and I was like, 'Girl, me too!'"

He's All That is set to be released on Netflix on August 27.

Jameela Jamil and Addison Rae
Jameela Jamil (L) has stated that Addison Rae's (R) upcoming movie "He's All That" looks "terrible," while predicting it will be a hit. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for DVF;/Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS