Lindsay Lohan’s “Mean Girls” co-stars are celebrating her recent pregnancy news.
04.03.2023 - 19:05 / usmagazine.com
She’s a pusher! The Mean Girls the Musical movie is officially a go — and creator Tina Fey is ready to bring even more pink to the big screen.
“I’m very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen,” Fey said in a statement to Playbill in January 2020. “It’s been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences. I’ve spent 16 years with these characters now. They are my Marvel Universe, and I love them dearly.”
Fey wrote the 2004 film Mean Girls, which starred Lindsay Lohan (Cady Heron), Rachel McAdams (Regina George), Amanda Seyfried (Karen Smith) and Lacey Chabert (Gretchen Wieners). The Saturday Night Live alum, for her part, played teacher Ms. Norbury in the comedy alongside longtime friend Amy Poehler as Mrs. George.
Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels), Lizzy Caplan (Janice Ian) and Daniel Franzese (Damian) were also featured in the original film, which follows new girl Cady as she navigates the jungle that is high school after being home schooled for years. While she initially clicks with the popular crowd, The Plastics, she quickly learns that some friendships aren’t made to last.
In 2018, Fey brought the hit film to Broadway with the Mean Girls musical. Now, she is taking the musical production back to the movies with an all new film — and a few familiar faces.
Reneé Rapp will be playing queen B, Regina George, in the upcoming Paramount Pictures film after previously playing the role on Broadway.
“I was on the treadmill. I was at home and I was walking and I just finished a day of the College Girls filming and my agent called me,” the Sex Lives of College Girls actress told Entertainment Tonight in December 2022 of how she
Lindsay Lohan’s “Mean Girls” co-stars are celebrating her recent pregnancy news.
Cameras are rolling on the movie adaptation of “Mean Girls The Musical”.
Ashley Park is returning to the Mean Girls world!
Ashley Park has been added to the cast of the upcoming movie musical from Paramount Pictures. While her character details are being kept under wraps, ET has confirmed she will have a cameo role in the adaptation after first originating the role of Gretchen Wieners in the Broadway musical. Park joins a sprawling ensemble cast that includes Angourie Rice, Reneé Rapp, Auli'i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey, Tina Fey, Tim Meadows, Jenna Fischer, Busy Philipps, Avantika, Christopher Briney and Bebe Wood.The film directed by Arturo Perez and Samantha Jayne and written by Fey is based on the latter's own musical adaptation of the 2004 hit film, which ran on Broadway from 2018 before permanently closing in 2021 after 833 performances. Park, who has since broken out as Mindy Chen on Netflix's, was part of the original Broadway cast, playing Gretchen alongside Erika Henningsen (Cady), Taylor Louderman (Regina), Barrett Wilbert Weed (Janis), Grey Henson (Damian) and Kate Rockwell (Karen).
Amanda Seyfried is relishing all the awards season love for her performance in “The Dropout” — and looking back at the role that started it all!
Busy Philipps has joined the upcoming Mean Girls musical!
on Instagram Wednesday, nodding to the scene-stealing work of Amy Poehler in the original feature film. Based on the Tony-nominated musical, which itself was adapted from the Tina Fey-penned teen comedy film from 2004 starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams, the upcoming movie musical begins production March 6. Fey and co-star Tim Meadows recently confirmed they’re returning to play their characters Ms.
musical movie continues to add A-list actors to its cast! Based on the Tony-nominated Broadway musical, Paramount Pictures' new film will see the return of some familiar faces and a host of new ones too. With Busy Philipps confirmed in the role of Regina George's mom, and Jenna Fischer set to star as Cady Heron's mom, ET is taking a look at the cast — from newcomers like Reneé Rapp to the OG of the squad, Tina Fey.Philipps will step into Amy Poehler's shoes, playing Mrs. George, Regina George's mother, the role the alum originated in the 2004 flick.
EXCLUSIVE: Busy Philipps (Girls5eva) has joined Paramount’s musical move Mean Girls, based on the Tony-nominated Broadway show of the same name and the feature comedy that inspired it.
Amanda Seyfried has been one of the most vocal stars of the original Mean Girls to speak out about the hopes of returning for the upcoming musical movie that was recently announced.
The movie Mean Girls resonated for a reason: everyone who went through high school knows the hell of dealing with that one clique! (If you don’t think your school had that clique, guess what? You were in it!) But most of those types of bullies grow out of that phase as we get older. At least we hope. Right?
musical movie continues to add A-list actors to its cast! Based on the Tony-nominated Broadway musical, Paramount Pictures' new film will see the return of some familiar faces and a host of new ones too. With Jenna Fischer confirmed in the role of Ms. Heron, Cady Heron's mom, ET is taking a look at the cast — from newcomers like Reneé Rapp to the OG of the squad, Tina Fey.Fischer will be taking on the role of Ms. Heron, a role originally played by Ana Gasteyer in the original 2004 film.
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The cast of the upcoming Mean Girls: The Musical movie is shaping up and there are now 10 actors announced for the Paramount+ film.
EXCLUSIVE: Primetime Emmy nominee Jenna Fischer is boarding the ensemble cast of Paramount Pictures’ new Mean Girls film based on the Tony-nominated Broadway musical in the role of Ms. Heron, Cady Heron’s mom.
Amanda Seyfried is sharing her thoughts about the new ‘Mean Girls’ musical, following rumors about a potential return. The actress talked to Entertainment Tonight at the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday, revealing that the cast is ready to start filming however nothing has been confirmed yet.“It’s been a long legacy for Mean Girls, and I think we all kinda just need to hang,” Amanda said about Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert, who played the original Plastics in the 2004 film.
Amanda Seyfried is relishing all the awards season love for her performance in — and looking back at the role that started it all!The actress spoke with ET's Denny Directo on the red carpet at the 2023 SAG Awards on Sunday, where she opened up about how she and her co-stars are «100% into» making a cameo in the upcoming film adaptation of the Broadway musical.«It's been a long legacy for and I think we all kinda just need to hang,» Seyfried said of co-stars Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert.While nothing's confirmed yet, Seyfried said she's «still hoping for a miracle» when it comes to an appearance in the upcoming Paramount+ film, which will also be written by Tina Fey and feature Reneé Rapp reprising her Broadway role as Regina George alongside Angourie Rice, Auli’i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey and more.«It's not it's not really up to us, is it?» she said of the film, but added, «All four of us are 100% into it.»As for ideas about who they could play? «Maybe the mothers of our characters?» she mused. «That's what I was thinking, but listen, I have not even seen the script.»It's been 20 years since changed everything for Seyfried, who told ET she was planning to go to college in the fall of 2003 before getting the role of ditzy Karen.
classic. “I’d flown out to LA for the first time with my mother.
Amanda Seyfried revealed how had the potential to be much different. During an interview with, the actress, who played Karen in the 2004 high school comedy, said that Blake Lively almost had her role.While watching clips from the film, Seyfried reflected on the moment she went in to audition for the movie, which also stars Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert and Rachel McAdams. Prior to landing her role, she initially went out for Regina George — famously played by McAdams. «I had first auditioned for Regina,» she says. «I had flown out to LA for the first time with my mother, it was very exciting.
If you were hoping to see Lindsay Lohan and the OG Plastics return for the musical remake of Mean Girls, well, we potentially have some bad news for you!