The musical cast of the Mean Girls film includes Angourie Rice, Reneé Rapp, Auli’I Cravalho and Jaquel Spivey +2023

On Fridays we announce film musical casts. Shortly after new arrivals in the Evil Four main actors have been announced in the upcoming film mean girls film musicals were supposedly revealed. Angourie Rice, Reneé Rapp, Auli’i Cravalho and Jaquel Spivey have joined the cast of Paramount’s film, an adaptation of Tina Fey’s Tony-nominated musical based on her 2004 film, which was itself adapted from non-fiction Queen bees and wannabes. If the adaptation of an adaptation of an adaptation isn’t anything special, then we don’t know what is.

rice (Mare by Easttown) will play Cady, the recent homeschooled high school transplant played by Lindsay Lohan in the original film. Cravalho (Moiana) and Spivey (Broadway’s A strange loop) were cast as outcast best friends Janis and Damian, played by Lizzy Caplan and Daniel Franzese. Then there’s rap (College Girls Sex Life), reprising her role as Plastics Leader Regina George from the Broadway production.

“I was excited. Man, I was excited,” said 22-year-old Rapp entertainment tonight to secure the role. “I was on the treadmill. I was at home and I went for a walk and I just finished a day college girl Filming and my agent called me.” As for what she would say to Rachel McAdams, the originator of the film, she quipped, “I love her. I love you Mommy, respectfully.”

Lorne Michaels will produce the film with Fey writing the screenplay with music by Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin. Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr. will direct the adaptation for release on Paramount+.

“I am very excited to bring mean girls back to the big screen,” said Fey, who wrote and starred in the film and then wrote the book for the Broadway musical. said in a statement back in 2020 when the project was announced. “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.”

This story originally appeared on Vanity Fair.

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