Where is Bryce Hall in hes all that?
Bryce Hall, Addison Rae's ex-boyfriend, makes a cameo in "He's All That" during a party held at Padgett's frenemy Alden's (Madison Pettis) house. INSIDER'He's All That' cameos: Bryce Hall, Spencer X, Kourteney Kardashian
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If you’re not familiar with Broadway yet, then you probs will be soon. Broadway’s acting credits include roles in Bones, Here and Now, The Rookie, and Splitting Up Together, among others, and she was recently casted as superhero Emma in the untitled spinoff of The Boys. She also starred in American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules alongside Madison Pettis (who appeared in He’s All That with Buchanan) and Darren Barnet.
Before these two Ohio natives shoot to super-stardom, here’s what you should know about their relationship timeline, including when they started dating, why they broke up in high school, and where they currently stand as a couple.
Though it’s unclear when exactly the two got together, Broadway told Anna Faris during an August 2021 appearance on her Unqualified podcast they’d been together for “six years” already by the time she was 17, which is when they briefly went their separate ways. Sometime in 2015, the pair decided to split, and according to Buchanan, his behavior was what caused Broadway to break up with him.
“I will admit, it was my fault. I was actually kind of being an a** during that time. So she had every right to [break up with me],” Buchanan explained to Faris. “I don’t know what it was inside of me that felt like I could act the certain way that I was acting, but I did anyway. Then I was devastated.” To cope, Buchanan watched The Fault in Our Stars “on repeat,” until eventually, he gave Broadway an ultimatum that compelled her to take him back.
“He gave me an ultimatum and I was too afraid to lose you,” Broadway explained. “You’re like, ‘I can’t talk to you anymore if we don’t get back together.’” And luckily, the two have been together ever since. As Broadway told Buchanan on Faris’ podcast, “As much as we didn’t know about ourselves, I knew you.”
In July 2019, the couple stepped out to attend Comic Con, and they even made a BTS video about their experience, which they posted to their joint YouTube channel, Lizze & Tanner (though sadly, they have yet to post any more vids together).
Sometime in late 2020, both Buchanan and Broadway seemingly deleted what few pics they had together on IG (such as this gem and this cute snap), leading fans to believe they’d split up. However, the pair never commented on the rumors.
Despite the deleted IG pics (and Buchanan’s kiss with Rae at the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards), it’s clear now Buchanan and Broadway are still an item. In July 2021, Just Jared obtained photos of the two sharing a smooch on a balcony in Venice, and the following month, Buchanan called Broadway his girlfriend in a video for GQ. In response to a fan question asking whether he had a girlfriend, Buchanan said, “Yes, I do. Her name is Elizabeth Broadway. Most people know her as Lizze Broadway. And she's absolutely wonderful.”
Keep on being cute, you two!
31 August, 2021 - 12:36pm
When the cameras weren’t rolling on the He’s All That set, there was a lot going down! Not only did Addison Rae take her first movie role super seriously, but she was making friends with costars Tanner Buchanan and Madison Pettis.
The gender-swapped remake of the 1990s film She’s All That premiered on Netflix in August 2021 and launched the TikTok star into her first acting role.
“It’s been a dream of mine forever to be an actress,” Addison said during a February 2021 interview with Glamour U.K. “To be really called one now is just really insane. Growing up, I was always in acting classes and watching movies and pretending I was the character.”
The Louisiana native starred as Padgett Sawyer, a popular social media influencer who makes a bet with her best friend to turn their high school’s loser, Cameron Kweller (played by Tanner), into the prom king. Things get a bit complicated when Padgett and Cameron start to have real feelings for each other. In the end, Padgett loses the bet, but she realizes that there’s more to life than being popular and having social media followers.
“The reaction is a little scary sometimes because people don’t really know what I did, or aspired to do, before I started social media,” Addison also told Glamour U.K. when recalling the public’s reaction to her casting announcement. “People base anything I do off, ‘Oh, she started on social media,’ but without knowing my background or knowing I’ve always been in acting classes.”
Despite what the haters had to say, Addison killed it on set.
“I knew the lines. I nailed it. I had, you know, two of my costars with me, the entire scene and the first day we shot,” the influencer added while chatting with SiriusXM’s The Morning Mash-Up in April 2021. “So, it was so much fun, and I got to work with everyone on the first day.”
Even her costars agreed! Tanner told Variety in August 2021 that Addison “put in the work” for her role.
“She did audition for this,” he gushed at the time. “She had to send them her self-tapes and everything. Everybody had to be OK with her, and she did an amazing job. … She was on top of it the entire time. That’s what I keep telling people is you would think that she’s [been acting] for years.”
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“I’m really big about my lines, but I screw up a lot,” the actor also told Variety. “She knew her lines way better than I knew mine.”
According to Elite Daily, Addison was a huge fan of the original movie before being cast in the remake!
“I thought it’d be so incredible,” Addison told Access in August 2021 of her BFF’s cameo in the movie. “She’s an amazing friend of mine, amazing mentor and person. We got very fortunate that it ended up working out, and I’m very thankful for her.”
The movie, which is set in California, was actually filmed in the Golden State. Netflix took fans on location to Venice Beach in their official behind-the-scenes YouTube video.
Netflix’s YouTube video also revealed that a lot of the driving scenes were actually filmed in front of a green screen.
In one He’s All That scene, Tanner puts his fight scenes on display. But the actor was already trained after starring in the martial arts series Cobra Kai for four seasons.
Tanner and Addison revealed that their hardest scene to film was at the 1920s party when the character Cameron was soaking wet in a suit.
“It was really cold that night, and we shot from 12 to 6 a.m.,” Tanner told Entertainment Weekly in August 2021. “It was 40 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit out … and I had to get in the shower every 30 minutes and then walk outside and continue to do the scene.”
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31 August, 2021 - 05:38am
Given the movie is a remake of the 1999 film She's All That, some comparisons were bound to be made.
After He's All That came out on Netflix and quickly became the most popular movie on the platform, fans have reacted not only to the differences between the two movies, but also how this film stacks up against its teen romcom comrades.
We've compiled some of the top memes and reactions that sum up most of the views on He's All That.
the pervasiveness of the product placement in He's All That (2021) borders on obscene pic.twitter.com/efKZEslX5L
So #HesAllThat is a project about Tanner Buchanan & Peyton Meyers’ characters being into the same brunette girl at some point? Haven’t we seen this before? 😂😂 #GirlMeetsWorld pic.twitter.com/YodnTyg0Ah
Whoever decided to give Tanner Buchanan a fight scene in He’s All That so that he could show off his Cobra Kai moves? pic.twitter.com/wssu6pUi8D
tanner busting out the cobra kai karate moves in he’s all that 😭
removed he's all that from my netflix watch history to try to hide the shame but it's not working pic.twitter.com/FGhQvwKeXZ
He's All That broke me. I don't want to be dramatic but it was so bad that I LITERALLY cried
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