“Mean Girls” remains an iconic, beloved film, and is arguably the biggest hit in Lindsay Lohan’s screen career. So why has sequel-mad Hollywood not jumped on making “Mean Girls 2”?
As Lindsay Lohan revealed during a Monday appearance on “The View”, it certainly hasn’t been from lack of effort on her part.
“View” co-host Sara Haines admitted her fandom of the film — which boasts a screenplay by Tina Fey and was produced by “Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels — and Lohan offered an update about the possibility of a sequel to the 2004 comedy.
“I went to ‘SNL’ the other day and I was, like, harassing Lorne [Michaels]. I’m like, ‘We have to do it. I’ll write the treatment if Tina’s too busy. It’s fine,'” shared Lohan.
“I think they’re smart with timing,” she added, “so it will come when the time’s right.”
Does Lohan love the movie “as much as we did?” asks Haines.
“It’s a great movie,” Lohan agrees. “It’s a cult film.”