PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
The rights to both "She's All That" and "My Fair Lady", both ultimately adapted from Pygmalion, are now owned by Paramount Pictures, but neither film was originally released by Paramount. "My Fair Lady" was adapted from a musical of the same name based on Pygmalion that was financed by CBS, and when Warner Bros. bought the film rights, it was agreed that the rights would revert to CBS seven years after release, which they did in 1971. When Miramax released "She's All That", it was a division of Disney. Miramax was sold to Filmyard Holdings in 2010, then to beIN Media Group in 2016. In 2019, Paramount and CBS became sister companies upon the formation of ViacomCBS, which subsequently purchased a minority stake in Miramax in 2020.
Simon! Simon, I have got your breakfast! Are you up?
Simon Boggs: Give me a couple of minutes.
Laney Boggs: Simon Boggs, there are children in Mexico who have already been up for three hours making clothes for corporate America.
Katie's bag jumps about between shots at the party as she talks to Zack.
The opening credits are shown as an artist's work. For example, a paint tube squirts some paints, which transforms into the letters.
$16,065,430 31 January 1999