‘He’s All That’ Filming Locations — The Film Was Shot in Los Angeles

The latest remake of a classic ’90s flick is here. Netflix’s She’s All That remix, titled He’s All That and featuring TikTok sensation Addison Rae, is now streaming, but fans still have a few questions about the movie. Namely, what were the He’s All That filming locations?

The movie, much like its predecessor, appears to be filmed in a high school, but is it real or Hollywood movie magic? Here’s everything we know.

The ‘He’s All That’ filming locations were spread across Los Angeles.

With the coronavirus pandemic throwing Hollywood for a loop, it’s no surprise that He’s All That only began filming once safety protocols and guidelines were in place. All filming was briefly halted in and around Los Angeles until late 2020, and He’s All That resumed production in November 2020.

The entirety of the film was shot within Los Angeles city limits, but the focal point of the film was Ulysses S. Grant High School. The high school from the film, “Cali High,” is fictional, but that doesn’t mean production didn’t work hard to make the school feel as real as possible. Ulysses S. Grant High School has been featured before in several popular films and television shows, from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to HBO Max’s Euphoria.

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Parts of the movie were also filmed at Union Station, L.A.’s central railway station, and, at the time, a COVID testing center. He’s All That‘s film crew got permission to film outside, but the COVID testing center was also temporarily shut down so the crew could film on the inside — a decision that sparked much internet ire at the time.

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Thankfully, the public’s outcries were heard, and before filming wrapped up, the testing site re-opened on Dec. 1, 2020. He’s All That finished filming on Dec. 20, 2020.

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