Undoubtedly, high school is the most important part of your life. For some, those years were painful, and for others, those were the good times. It is easily the former for the Australian actress Rebel Wilson. She doesn’t look back at her high school years fondly but has a lot of regrets.
Rebel stars and produces the Netflix high school comedy flick, Senior Year. The movie is a sort of a throwback to the high school teen comedies of the 2000s, like 21 Jump Street and Mean Girls. But the most talked-about aspect of the movie, apart from Rebel’s physical transformation is the dance number to Britney Spears’ You Drive Me.
What is the one thing that Rebel Wilson wants to change about herself in high school?
The Australian actress has served us several unique looks over the years. So it came as a surprise that she wasn’t a fashionista in high school. In fact, she didn’t know a lot about fashion. She mostly wore men’s jeans and her hair was a mess.
“I see photos from that time, and I look so feral. I wish I could go back with the ability to look like I do now.”
However, the actress went to an all-girls school. So it was fine that she didn’t have to put so much effort into how she looked to impress boys.
Rebel Wilson confessed that she only learned fashion after making her foray into Hollywood. She was just an awkward girl before that. And thanks to her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart we are getting all the awesome looks now.
Senior Year is the wacky teen comedy on Netflix
After a bunch of true crime documentaries, Netflix finally dropped something light-hearted. Senior Year follows Stephanie Conway, who wakes up from a coma after 20 years. Despite being 37 years old, she’s mentally 17 and decides to go back to high school to start where she left off and win the Prom Queen title.