In a new interview with David Spade on “Lights Out”, Lindsay Lohan says it would be “exciting” to reteam with Tina Fey, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried for a “Mean Girls” sequel.
“I think that I was hanging onto that for a really long idea,” Lohan tells Spade. “I kind of wanted to come back with like a ‘Mean Girls 2’, with the same cast and work with Tina and the whole crew again and [director] Mark Waters.”
“And that was really what I wanted, I was really excited to do that,” Lohan says. “And that’s all in their hands, really.”
Though there are no current plans to revisit “Mean Girls”, the 33-year-old actress says a sequel “would definitely be an exciting thing.”
It was previously announced that the Broadway musical version of “Mean Girls” would get a big-screen adaptation though none of the original cast are involved. Fey wrote the screenplay for the musical film with Lorne Michaels set to produce.
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Posted by Lights Out with David Spade on Tuesday, April 14, 2020