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Entertainment Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried and More Mean Girls Stars Join Forces for a Fetch Reunion

00:25  04 october  2020
00:25  04 october  2020 Source:   eonline.com

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Mean Girls turns 10 - 22 most fetch moments. Lindsay Lohan , Amanda Seyfried : Mean Girls cast 10 years on - then & now. But when I tweeted, 'On Wednesdays, we wear pink', I got like 18,000 retweets. How crazy is that?" Lohan previously reunited with two other Mean Girls co- stars , Daniel

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To celebrate Mean Girls Day on Saturday, Oct. 3 (yes, that's a thing!), the cast of the 2004 hit movie joined forces to talk about everything from behind-the-scenes moments to urging people to vote in the presidential election on Nov. 3.

The reunion included none other than Tina Fey, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and so many others with Katie Couric moderating. As Lindsay reminded those tuning in, the last time they all got together was "the premiere probably."

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Lindsay Lohan , Tina Fey, Amanda Seyfried , Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert have all reunited for a special interview looking back on their hit film, Mean Girls . The group of actresses dished to Entertainment Weekly about what it was like on set, and whether they had any idea that the movie

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During the discussion, Lindsay admitted that she originally wanted to play the role of Regina George and not Cady Heron.

"I really wanted to play Regina, 'cause I had just done a movie, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, where I was kinda a weirdo in it," she explained. "I was like, 'I wanna do a movie where I get to be pretty.' And the more that I read the script over and over, I started to really relate to Cady."

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Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert use annual Mean Girls Day to help fundraise for Las Vegas And this year some of the stars teamed up for a good cause, helping to raise money for the victims (October 3 refers the day crush Aaron Samuels asks Lohan 's Cady Heron for the date during math

Mean Girls cast teamed up for a video to help raise money for the Thirst Project in commemoration of the fan-created October 3 holiday dubbed Mean In honor of the 15th anniversary of its release, many from the cast, including Lindsay Lohan (Cady), Amanda Seyfried (Karen), Lizzy Caplan (Janis)

While Rachel wasn't able to join in on the fun due to being on a road trip, she did open up to Katie during a one-on-one about her character and what it was like playing the ultimate mean girl.

"It was cathartic...," she shared, "not being exactly a queen bee in high school, so then to go back to those memories and try to channel them through this character was therapeutic."

When Katie asked Amanda how she felt playing Karen, the "dumb blonde," she responded, "I was actually like... 'I can nail this.' I played this character all throughout high school just to stay out of the drama. And it worked."

Knowing how much of a fan base the hit movie has, some of the cast said they'd love to do a sequel. While it's unclear if that is seriously in the works, the Mean Girls Broadway musical is turning into a film adaptation.

"I'm very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen," Tina said in a statement in early January 2020. "It's been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences."

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Lindsay Lohan 's reunion with " Mean Girls " cast has all but confirmed by co-creator Tina Fey but it's not what fans are hoping for as the "30 Rock" actress is hoping to The screenplay was written by Tina Fey and it starred Lindsay Lohan , Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert.

Amanda Seyfried arrives at Newark airport in New Jersey. Mistaken identity: Amanda tweeted about the confusion on her Twitter page. She tweeted: 'I just got mistaken for a Ms. Lohan at Newark Airport.' However, Lindsay , 26, is currently about 4,700 miles away from her hometown of New York


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"I've spent sixteen years with these characters now," she added. "They are my Marvel Universe and I love them dearly."

Watch the full Mean Girls reunion above! And if you can't get enough of the movie or the cast, get the scoop on the film's 15 biggest secrets in our gallery below.

Lindsay Lohan et al. posing for the camera: When director Mark Waters —who'd directed Lindsay Lohan in Freaky Friday— visited her in Toronto while she was filming Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and he was scouting locations, he asked her if she wanted to be in his movie, she recalled to Entertainment Weekly in 2014. And she had one role on her mind. © Paramount Pictures When director Mark Waters —who'd directed Lindsay Lohan in Freaky Friday— visited her in Toronto while she was filming Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and he was scouting locations, he asked her if she wanted to be in his movie, she recalled to Entertainment Weekly in 2014. And she had one role on her mind. "I wanted to play Regina. I had just played—in Confessions and Freaky —not the cool girl in school," she told the publication. "I was still 17 years old and I wanted to be the cool girl on set." But between the trouble finding a Cady strong enough to go up against her Regina and the huge success of Freaky Friday , it became clear to the powers-that-be that a change was necessary. " Sherry Lansing , who was heading Paramount at the time, told us, 'We have to have Lindsay play the lead in Mean Girls . It's just not going to work having her play the villain, because she now has an audience that won't accept that,'" Waters told Vulture in 2014, revealing it was up to him to break the bad news to the actress. "Lindsay kind of begrudgingly said, 'Okay, I guess I'll play the lead. At least I get to have more lines.'" Rachel McAdams standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Before Waters swapped Lindsay out of the Regina role, he had several actresses come in and read opposite her as Cady. One of them was the 24-year-old Rachel McAdams . © Facebook/Paramount Pictures Before Waters swapped Lindsay out of the Regina role, he had several actresses come in and read opposite her as Cady. One of them was the 24-year-old Rachel McAdams . "I remember watching her do the scene," Waters told Vulture, "and after it was over, I told her, 'I think you're a movie star, but you're way too old for this character. You just aren't going to be able to play the ingenue.' And she said, 'No, I understand, I get it.'" When it came time to find a new Regina, however, casting Rachel became a no-brainer. As she told EW , "Mark said, 'I see Cady a little bit younger, but I think it makes sense if Regina kind of grew up a little too fast.'" Amanda Seyfried taking a selfie in a room: Before McAdams could be handed the role of Regina, however, she had to sway the director in her direction and away from another future co-star: Amanda Seyfried . The Mamma Mia! actress was a serious favorite for the villainous lead prior to becoming the delightfully daft Karen. © Provided by E! Before McAdams could be handed the role of Regina, however, she had to sway the director in her direction and away from another future co-star: Amanda Seyfried . The Mamma Mia! actress was a serious favorite for the villainous lead prior to becoming the delightfully daft Karen. "She tested for Regina and was kind of brilliant, and very different than Rachel's approach. She played it in a much more ethereal but still kind of scary way. She was more frightening, but oddly, less intimidating," Waters recalled, before adding that it was producer Lorne Michaels who suggested her for "the dumb girl." He continued, "So she came in and read it and nailed it, and we got the best of both worlds." Amy Poehler et al. posing for a picture: While it seems impossible to imagine Mean Girls without SNL legends Tim Meadows and Amy Poehler in the roles of Mr. Duvall and Mrs. George, respectively, Waters admitted that Paramount was wary of having anyone else from NBC's legendary late-night series in the cast alongside Tina Fey . © Paramount Pictures While it seems impossible to imagine Mean Girls without SNL legends Tim Meadows and Amy Poehler in the roles of Mr. Duvall and Mrs. George, respectively, Waters admitted that Paramount was wary of having anyone else from NBC's legendary late-night series in the cast alongside Tina Fey . "It's weird, but Paramount had a nervousness about Saturday Night Live ," he told Vulture. "They'd been burned on some Saturday Night Live movies that had come from Lorne, so they didn't want many Saturday Night Live actors in Mean Girls , because then it might feel like an SNL movie and people might shy away from it." Meadows, who'd starred in the flop adaptation of The Ladies Man for Paramount, took "a lot of fighting with the studio," he added. Rajiv Surendra, Tina Fey posing for the camera: It's a good thing that Waters got Poehler cast because she wound up being integral in bringing mathlete Kevin Gnapoor's talent-show rap to life. In fact, Fey left it up to her former Weekend Update co-anchor to pen the bop for actor Rajiv Surendra . © Paramount Pictures It's a good thing that Waters got Poehler cast because she wound up being integral in bringing mathlete Kevin Gnapoor's talent-show rap to life. In fact, Fey left it up to her former Weekend Update co-anchor to pen the bop for actor Rajiv Surendra . "She'll actually give credit to Amy for this, because Amy is more of the rap person," Waters revealed. "Amy definitely coached him on how to do the rap, and she actually gave him some of the moves and choreography for it." If you don't believe it, check out this YouTube video of Poehler from 2004 in which she performs the rap with Fey and Lohan acting as her hype women. Rachel McAdams who is smiling and looking at the camera: The name Mean Girls is just so perfectly perfect, but there was a time when the movie was called something else entirely. © Paramount Pictures The name Mean Girls is just so perfectly perfect, but there was a time when the movie was called something else entirely. "Our original title was Homeschooled . We were going to make it about someone who's been home-schooled their whole lives and then has to navigate high school," Waters told The New York Times in 2014. Luckily, a shift in the overall idea brought about a change in name. "Then we came up with the Africa concept," he continued, "which was a real boon because we could compare the kids' behavior to animals." Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried are posing for a picture: When Paramount handed Mean Girls over to the MPAA for the ratings board to decide how the film should be rated, they tried to slap the teen comedy with an R rating, if you can believe it. And the studio had to fight back to ensure that the intended audience for the movie could actually go out and see it. © Paramount Pictures When Paramount handed Mean Girls over to the MPAA for the ratings board to decide how the film should be rated, they tried to slap the teen comedy with an R rating, if you can believe it. And the studio had to fight back to ensure that the intended audience for the movie could actually go out and see it. "Even in the PG-13 movie, we had to take a lot of things out. We had a tough time with the MPAA," Fey told Variety in 2018. "I remember thinking, If this was a movie about a boys' school, 'Is your cherry popped?' wouldn't have to come out." That line was replaced with the much tamer "Is your muffin buttered?" Not everything was a concession on the filmmakers' end, however. “The line in the sand that I drew was the joke about the wide-set vagina. The ratings board said, 'We can’t give you a PG-13 unless you cut that line.' We ended up playing the card that the ratings board was sexist, because Anchorman had just come out, and Ron Burgundy had an erection in one scene, and that was PG-13," Waters told Vulture. "We told them, 'You’re only saying this because it’s a girl, and she’s talking about a part of her anatomy. There’s no sexual context whatsoever, and to say this is restrictive to an audience of girls is demeaning to all women.’ And they eventually had to back down.” James Franco standing in front of a store: While it was Jonathan Bennett who was lucky enough to ask Lohan what day it was—October 3!—there were a few other contenders for the Aaron Samuels role. In a 2014 interview with Cosmopolitan , actor Daniel Franzese (who played Damian) revealed that the part originally belonged to a recognizable actor who got himself fired at the table read. © Zach Pagano/NBC While it was Jonathan Bennett who was lucky enough to ask Lohan what day it was—October 3!—there were a few other contenders for the Aaron Samuels role. In a 2014 interview with Cosmopolitan , actor Daniel Franzese (who played Damian) revealed that the part originally belonged to a recognizable actor who got himself fired at the table read. "This other actor hadn't shaved and he didn't take his hat off; he was playing it really cool," Franzese said, afraid to ID the actor and embarrass him. "People kept coming over to him like, 'You know, you should really take your hat off.' And then, right after the table read, he got fired and they called Jonathan Bennett, who I guess was their second choice." And that's not all Franzese spilled. "Also, Lindsay recently told me that, even before [the actor who got fired], James Franco was considered for the role of Aaron Samuels," he added. "I thought that was so cool—Bennett was great but that would've been cool." a man wearing a suit and tie: While Bennett may not have been the first choice for Aaron, the actor contends that he got the gig because he bore a striking resemblance to Fey's former Weekend Update co-anchor Jimmy Fallon . As he told Huffington Post in 2015, © Paramount Pictures; Kristina Bumphrey/Starpix/REX/Shutterstock While Bennett may not have been the first choice for Aaron, the actor contends that he got the gig because he bore a striking resemblance to Fey's former Weekend Update co-anchor Jimmy Fallon . As he told Huffington Post in 2015, "She said that's exactly 100 percent true." Tina Fey et al. that are standing in a room: Aside from writing the movie's killer script, Fey also starred in Mean Girls as math teacher and Mathletes advisor Ms. Norbury. But as she told it, when it came to the math jargon she scripted for herself to say, she had no idea what she was talking about. © Paramount Pictures Aside from writing the movie's killer script, Fey also starred in Mean Girls as math teacher and Mathletes advisor Ms. Norbury. But as she told it, when it came to the math jargon she scripted for herself to say, she had no idea what she was talking about. "It was an attempt on my part to counteract the stereotype that girls can't do math. Even though I did not understand a word I was saying," she told the NYT back in 2004 before revealing exactly how she made those moments in the script make sense. "My friend's boyfriend is a calculus teacher in the Bronx. I took his lesson plans." a group of people sitting at a table: As Fey explained to Entertainment Weekly in 2014, © Paramount PIctures As Fey explained to Entertainment Weekly in 2014, "I tried to use real names in writing because it's just easier." Case in point? The addressed-but-hardly seen Glen Cocco, named after her older brother's good friend. "He's a film editor in Los Angeles, and I imagine it's a pain in the butt for him," she explained to the publication. "Someone said to me you could buy a shirt at Target that says 'You go, Glenn Cocco!' That was unexpected." Other characters named after real people? Lizzy Caplan 's Janis Ian, named after the musician who was one of the earliest musical guests on SNL , and Damian, named after Fey's high school BFF—and current TV Guide writer— Damian Holbrook . Cady, meanwhile, was named after Fey's college roommate Cady Garey . Tina Fey posing for a picture: Mean Girls is based on Rosalind Wiseman 's parenting book Queen Bees and Wannabees: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, and Other Realities of Adolescence, and, since it has no fictional narrative to adapt, Fey was free to draw from her own high school experiences to create a plot from scratch while staying true to what Wiseman had to say in her book. And the author has remained enthusiastic about Fey's interpretation of her work, except for one minor thing. © Larry Busacca/Getty Images Mean Girls is based on Rosalind Wiseman 's parenting book Queen Bees and Wannabees: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, and Other Realities of Adolescence, and, since it has no fictional narrative to adapt, Fey was free to draw from her own high school experiences to create a plot from scratch while staying true to what Wiseman had to say in her book. And the author has remained enthusiastic about Fey's interpretation of her work, except for one minor thing. "I do not do trust falls, I have never done trust falls, I will never do trust falls," she told The Atlantic in 2014. "I just remember when I saw it the first time being like, 'Tina, I do not do that.'" Amy Poehler in a pink shirt: Remember that scene where Poehler's Mrs. George is holding her dog, oblivious to the fact that it's gnawing on her breast implant? Here's how they accomplished that. © Paramount Pictures Remember that scene where Poehler's Mrs. George is holding her dog, oblivious to the fact that it's gnawing on her breast implant? Here's how they accomplished that. "They, like, pinned a piece of a cocktail wiener into her bra," McAdams told EW . "I thought this dog was going to tear her apart. It was very effective. She was such a pro through it. She's trying to do her lines and being so professional, and this dog is chomping on her fake boob. I'll never forget that." Lindsay Lohan, Daniel Franzese are posing for a picture: According to Franzese, the original script contained a scene for Damian at the end that wound up being removed before it could be filmed. © Moviestore Collection/Rex/REX USA According to Franzese, the original script contained a scene for Damian at the end that wound up being removed before it could be filmed. "The original ending shows what happened to Damian after [junior year], and he was going to audition for American Idol. Simon Cowell was going to call him chubby and then he was going to run up on the stage and punch him," he told Cosmo . As the actor told the magazine, there were a lot of revisions to the original ending, including a bit where Ms. Norbury busts Kevin G for selling ecstasy, so when she's investigated for being a drug pusher, there are actual drugs in her desk. "Janis and Damian convince Kevin G. to go to the school board when they discuss her punishment to confess that it was him, but Kevin G never shows up," he continued. "So Damian gets on the podium and kind of bulls--ts his way through saying it was him to try to protect Miss Norbury." Tina Fey posing for a picture: Fey famously never considered writing a sequel to the hit film, a decision she's gone on record as regretting now. © Provided by E! Fey famously never considered writing a sequel to the hit film, a decision she's gone on record as regretting now. "At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, 'No!!! We shouldn't do that!'" she told EW in 2014. "Now I look back and I'm like, 'Why?' But now, no—it's too late now." As she told Variety in 2018, however, "Maybe it's better, because we can save all the energy for this." This being the Mean Girls musical she wrote with husband and 30 Rock composer Jeff Richmond that premiered in Washington D.C in 2017 before opening on Broadway in April 2018. Nominated for 12 Tony Awards and nine Drama Desk Awards that year, Fey won Outstanding Book of a Musical at the latter. And while there's been no sequel ever made, there has been a film producing bearing the moniker Mean Girls 2 . The made-for-TV "sequel" aired on ABC Family (now Freeform) in 2011 and was a stand-alone story that had nothing to do with the original film aside from having Tim Meadows reprise his role as the school's principal. It was not well-received.

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