The Cast of 'The F**k-It List' Plays 'How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?'

"We spent like a month together!"

It's the unofficial summer of streaming, and Netflix (opens in new tab) is releasing shows and movies so good it's no wonder we're sitting inside rather poolside this season. One of those being the teenage comedy, The F**k-It List, and here at Marie Claire, we're obsessed!

The movie follows a high school senior, Brett Blackmore (Eli Brown), who's always stayed under the radar and followed the guidance of his parents. He's the valedictorian of his class, was accepted to seven out of the eight Ivy schools (duh!), and can play a mean clarinet.

So, when a senior prank goes terribly wrong (like accidentally-blowing-up-your-school-wrong) he decides to take the blame for it. He's subsequently expelled, and all except one of the colleges he's been accepted to withdraw their offers of admission for the fall. So, he decides to create a "F**k-It List," listing a range of things he wishes he'd done but was too afraid. The list goes viral shared by teenagers who feel the same everywhere. It's Booksmart (opens in new tab) mixed with Ferris Buller's Day Off and will become your next favorite coming-of-age movie.

Here, The F**k-It List stars Karan Brar, Madison Iseman, Eli Brown, and Marcus Scribner play 'How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star (opens in new tab)?' virtually and show just how much they really learned about each other while on set. Shocker, they know A LOT! From what role Scribner auditioned for before he starred on Blackish to what famous comedian people think Brar is related tothese co-stars-turned-friends know a lot about each other.

Watch The F**k-It List (opens in new tab) now on Netflix.

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Bianca Rodriguez is the Fashion & Luxury Commerce Manager at Hearst Magazines, covering fashion, beauty, and more for Cosmopolitan, Elle, Esquire, Harper’s BAZAAR, and Town & Country. She likes lounging about with a good book and thinks a closet without platform sneakers is a travesty.