Lindsay Lohan wants to see a remake of Mean Girls
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Lindsay Lohan has spoken out about her conflicting emotions towards a Mean Girls remake.
The 2004 American teen comedy was a staple at every millennial and older Gen Z's sleepover party.
Accompanying Chalet Girl, Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging, and Wild Child, Mean Girls remains one of the most iconic films for stuffing your face with popcorn and gossiping about your high school crush to your friends with.
So the idea of a remake of the original movie? The chance to hold a throwback sleepover with mates and relive our childhoods? To all wear matching pink outfits on a Wednesday? So fetch - the 14-year-old in me is screaming.
However, Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan has since weighed up just how she truly feels about the prospect of a reboot.
In the movie, Lohan plays the role of Cady Heron, a newcomer to Upper Darby High School who's quickly swallowed up by the popular girl group, a.k.a The Plastics.
The film explores the themes of what it means to fit in, whether popularity is always worth it and - of course - you get a great, big dose of cry-your-eyes-out rom com moments.
Despite having had a television sequel and being turned into a musical adaptation on Broadway, a reboot of the actual original film has not yet been mentioned.
That's not to say it can't still happen though.
In an interview with Extra, Lohan noted she's always supported the idea of a reboot of the original film.
She said: "I’ve been saying yes forever, so I feel like a broken record."
However, the actor also noted it's a 'tough' call.
"Mean Girls is so good the way it is. It’s like, ‘Do you really wanna mess with that?’ But you never know," she continued.
While it sounds like nothing's going to be in the works for a reboot of the original just yet - with most of us likely to be at the age where, 'I'm a cool mum,' is the most relatable quote - if you're in need of some Mean Girls magic, there are plenty of Easter Eggs to be found in Lohan's latest release.
Having not starred in a movie since 2013, Lohan is making a comeback for festive rom-com Falling For Christmas - which Netflix obviously announced on 3 October.
The movie's trailer includes a recording of Lohan singing 'Jingle Bell Rock' - a song which features in one of the most iconic scenes of Mean Girls.
While it may still only be November, Falling For Christmas is set for release tomorrow, 10 November. You go, Glen Coco!
Topics: Celebrity, Mean Girls, TV And Film, Lindsay Lohan