2004 was the year we could enjoy the premiere of one of our favorite movies: Mean Girls, also known as Heavy Girls. After much success, many rumors have revolved around a sequel to ‘Mean Girls’ with the original cast. And although at first both Tina Fey (screenwriter of the film) and some of the actors were a little reluctant to participate in a second part, it seems that they have changed their minds.
Lindsay Lohan, who shared on her Instagram account a picture in which she appeared with ‘plastic’ Rachel McAdams (Regina) and Lacey Chabert (Gretchen), on the occasion of #ThrowbackThursday and added: “Miss you All … sequel? ”
It is with this that Lindsay denies the rumors that she had a bad relation with its companions of the list and that wants a new delivery of Mean Girls as much as we.
“Mean Girls 2 would be great; it’s something I’ve always been interested in doing … it’s such a great cult following, it would be wonderful to do something else, ‘Lindsay told DailyMail.com.
Actress Lindsay Lohan is so eager to reincarnate Cady Heron’s character from Mean Girls, who is tired of waiting for Paramount’s green-light studio to follow a sequel, decided to get down to work and write the sequel to the story. For the moment, the pretty redhead already has the general lines of the argument to have a weapon with which to exert pressure.
“But I will keep forcing it and pushing it on them until we do it. I would love to do it. I’d love to have Jamie Lee Curtis and Jimmy Fallon in the movie. I have already written a treatment for it, and I just need a response. I know Mark Waters, who is the director; He’d happily come back. “, Said the interpreter during an interview with CNN via Facebook Live.
In fact, Lindsay even has in mind part of the cast – apart from the original – with which she would like to work on this new adventure. “I would love to have Jamie Lee Curtis and Jimmy Fallon for the movie,” she said enthusiastically.
In the absence of concrete plans to retake the history of the most popular and cruel girls of the Institute, Tina Fey announced that the feature film will be taken to the theater in the form of a musical, project in which she works with her husband, composer Jeff Richmond, and Which will be released in Washington in mid-2017