Will producers finally cave in and create Mean Girls 2? Daniel Franzese, who played the role of Damian in the hit 2004 flick, recently declared that he’s down for a Mean Girls sequel.
Lindsay Lohan shared a photo of her with Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert and captioned it with, “Miss you all…sequel?” Daniel then tweeted in agreement and quipped that perhaps the reason for social media’s creation is to urge the bosses to make Mean Girls 2 a reality.
Twelve years after the film’s release, it appears that the cast members have maintained a close friendship. Lindsay even shared a screenshot of her FaceTime session with Jonathan Bennett.
Fans who cannot wait to hear “That’s so fetch” again may turn to the Mean Girls musical that will premiere in Washington next year. The long-rumored musical was finally confirmed by the movie’s verified social media accounts. The official run dates and venues for Mean Girls musical will be announced soon.
Cast Members Who Have Talked About A Mean Girls Reunion
The Parent Trap actress loves to celebrate the “Mean Girls Day” which falls every October 3 of the year. In 2014, she also told Time Out magazine via Mirror that she would love to persuade writer Tina Fey to create a Mean Girls follow-up.
“People love the movie. How do you top that? I was with Tina the other day and I said we should do another Mean Girls – like an older version, where they’re all housewives and cheating. That would be really funny. I’ll harass Tina to write it.”
Lindsay’s statement isn’t surprising because she enjoyed working for the flick. She once recalled searching for a pair of pink Ugg boots because she wanted to wear them for the scene where she fell into the garbage can. LiLo also embellished her phone with Swarovski crystals even if the team didn’t tell her to.
She initially wanted to play the role of Regina George because her roles in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and Freaky Friday were “not the cool girl in school.” For once, she wanted to be Miss Popular which was eventually granted to Cady Heron.
One of the greatest forces behind Mean Girls is unfortunately not eager to continue the film. She previously told E! that the musical’s enough.
“It’s the tenth anniversary of the movie. We’re working on the musical, that’s going to be in a couple years, I guess. So hopefully there will be like a screening or a party, but that’s it. But that would be good, right?”
The actor who gave life to the role of the dreamy Aaron Samuels is also not interested in reuniting with his Mean Girls co-stars. He even joked to Us Weekly that he might do something bad if he’s asked again about the possibility of a sequel.
“If anyone asks me one more time if there’s going to be a Mean Girls reunion, I’m going to kill someone. No! There’s not going to be a Mean Girls reunion! Stop trying to make it happen! It’s not going to happen!”
Although Mean Girls 2 is becoming less and less likely, fans can look forward to the fanciful project of Storybook Cosmetics, the same brand which released a Harry Potter palette.
Storybook Cosmetics will pay homage to the beloved film through the company’s planned “Burn Book” eyeshadow palette. Fans charmed by the look of The Plastics may watch out for the upcoming palette that has an unannounced release date due to licensing issues.
The names of the palette’s shades perfectly correspond to the film’s known references such as “army pants” green, “Glen Coco” taupe, and of course, the “Wednesday” pink.
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