Dream Casting the Clueless Remake: Zendaya, Noah Centineo & More Who Should Play the New Cher, Dionne and Josh
When Clueless hit theaters in 1995, it introduced audiences to Cher’s iconic catchphrase, "Ugh, as if!" and made star Alicia Silverstone a household name. Now with a remake in the works, we're hoping to see the following young stars bring a 21st-century twist to the classic tale of love and friendship.
Zendaya as Cher
Zendaya, 22, has starred in Spider-Man: Homecoming and The Greatest Showman. Her next roles are in 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home and A White Lie.
Logan Browning as Dionne
Best known for her role on Netflix’s Dear White People, the 29-year-old actress has also starred in Hit the Floor, Powers and The Secret Circle.
Keiynan Lonsdale as Christian
The Australian actor stole hearts in Love, Simon and has also appeared on The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. The 26-year-old star can also be seen in the popular Australian drama Dance Academy and in films such as Allegiant and The Finest Hours.
Noah Centineo as Josh
Centineo's star is on the rise after appearing in the fan-loved Netflix rom-coms To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser. The actor, 22, gained a huge following on Instagram (over 14 million and counting) after the release of the two films.
Dacre Montgomery as Elton
The 23-year-old Australian actor is best known for his role as school bully Billy Hargrove in Stranger Things. Montgomery has also starred as Jason Lee Scott in 2017’s Power Rangers film opposite Elizabeth Banks.
Evan Peters as Travis
When Peters, 31, isn’t portraying multiple characters on Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story anthologies, he’s been busy playing superhero Quicksilver in recent X-Men films.
Daniel Kaluuya as Murphy
Kaluuya broke out in 2017’s Get Out and has since starred in Black Panther and the upcoming ensemble thriller Widows opposite Viola Davis.
Madelaine Petsch as Amber
Petsch currently stars on Riverdale as Cheryl Blossom, and has had roles in 2016’s The Curse of Sleeping Beauty as well as Polaroid.
Kelly Marie Tran as Tai
The 29-year-old California native broke out in 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi in which she portrayed resistance fighter Rose. Tran is keeping busy with roles in Sorry for Your Loss and the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX.