Mean Girls 2:Actress Lindsey Lohan who starred in the 2004 teen comedy film Mean Girls revealed that she is very inclined on making a sequel to the film.In her Facebook Live interview with CNN, she has been trying hard to get the film off the floor but ultimately the decision isn’tfor her to make.
Mean Girls was written by Tina Fey and directed by Mark Waters. Partly based on Rosalind Wiseman’s non-fiction self-help book Queen Bees and Wannabes, the film follows high school girls, who are affected by social cliques. The filmgoes on to show how these cliques were damaging for them. Upon release,Mean Girls (2004) has developed a cult following, and grossed some $129 million worldwide.
This sequel will most likely be known as Mean Girl 2 which is not to be mistaken with the television film Mean Girls 2 from 2011. It was astand-alone sequel to the 2004 film Mean Girls and premiered on ABC family. Tim Meadows was the only person to reprise his role as Principal Ron Duvall from the original film.
In her interview with CNN through Facebook Live, Lindsay said: “I have been trying so hard to do a Mean Girls 2. It is not in my hands.” Lindsay revealed that although she is aware that the original film’s co-stars and producer, Paramount is involved with other projects at the moment, she intends to keep pushing for the sequel until it gets made.
Besides, Lindsay, to the joy of fans, revealed that she has written a treatment for the film and would be glad to get a feedback. Mark Waters, director of the original movie will be happy with her ideas for the sequel. Lindsay is willing to work with Jamie Lee Curtis and Jimmy Fallon as her co-stars in Mean Girls 2.
As for now, there has been no official word on the making of the sequel, Mean Girls 2.