Mean Girls: The Musical Movie: Cast, Creative Team +2023


It looks like Gretchen Wieners is set to go for it all again because Mean Girls: The Musical is officially being made into a movie. Casting for the film – based on the Broadway musical based on the original 2004 film – was announced by Paramount on December 9 and will feature Auli’i Cravalho from “Moana” and “The Sex Lives of College Girls.” . s Reneé Rapp, who appeared in the original Broadway production, loudly meeting.

Cravalho will play Janis, Cady’s best friend. Lizzy Caplan played the role in the original film. Meanwhile, Rapp will reprise her role as Regina George, originally played by Rachel McAdams in the film. Also, Angourie Rice will play Cady, the role Lindsay Lohan created. Rice appeared on Paramount+’s Honor Society with Gaten Matarazzo earlier this year and played Betty on Spider-Man: Homecoming. Tony-nominated actor Jaquel Spivey, who appears in Broadway’s A Strange Loop, will play Damien, played by Daniel Franzese in the film. Paramount did not immediately respond to POPSUGAR’s requests for comment on the news. Nothing is known about the rest of the cast yet.

Mean Girls: The Musical debuted on Broadway in 2018 and embarked on a national tour a year later. The show was written by Tina Fey – who wrote and starred in the original film – with music by her husband Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin. It was nominated for 12 Tony Awards. The show played its final Broadway performance in March 2020, with producers deciding to close the show during the hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fey announced that development on the film had begun in January 2020. Like the original film, the film will be produced by Fey and Saturday Night Live executive Lorne Michaels. The musical follows much of the same storyline as the 2004 film of the same name, but there’s no telling how closely the second film adaptation will stay with the original script.

“I’m extremely excited to bring ‘Mean Girls’ back to the big screen,” said Fey of the 2020 film. “It was incredibly satisfying to see how much the film and musical meant to audiences. I’ve spent 16 years with these characters now. They are my Marvel Universe and I love them very much.”

Earlier this month, Lohan and fellow Mean Girls co-star Amanda Seyfried both said they were ready for a Mean Girls sequel about their characters as adults. There’s no word on the release date yet, though the film is set to debut on Paramount+.

Cast of the movie “Mean Girls: The Musical”.

Rice plays Cady Heron, Rapp plays Regina George, Spivey plays Damien Hubbard and Janice Sarkisian. The rest of the cast, including who will play Gretchen Weiners, Karen Smith, Aaron Samuels and Kevin Gnapoor, has yet to be announced.

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