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Mean Girls Trailer Debuts A Shot-For-Shot Remake Of Lindsay Lohan’s Classic Rom-Com

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“Mean Girls” is a landmark comedy of the 21st century, and its influence on pop culture still reverberates today. C’mon, this is the movie that inspired us to wear pink on Wednesdays and sing “Jingle Bell Rock” at Christmas parties. Through the movie’s health-class lessons (Lindsay Lohan), we learned that sex leads to … guaranteed pregnancy and death? (Well, it was 2004.) Much to the delight of Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chaberts), “fetch” became cool slang! However, this success meant that a “Mean Girls” remake was inevitable — even if none of us saw it coming.

Well, that remake debuts in January 2024, and there’s already a trailer for it. The redo sees Angourie Rice play Cady Heron, a high school student whose social status skyrockets after being welcomed into The Plastics, an elite social group made up of Regina George (Reneé Rapp), Gretchen Wieners (Bebe Wood), and Karen Smith (Avantika Vandanapu). If you’ve seen the original movie, you know the story. So far, the remake doesn’t look like it’s bringing any fresh ideas to the table. In fact, the trailer looks like the exact same film as its predecessor. Still, fans of “Mean Girls” will be happy to see original stars like Tina Fey back in the fold, both as an actor and screenwriter.

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