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Rachel McAdams Is Down for the Mean Girls Musical

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Jeff Kravitz—Getty Images Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert and Rachel McAdams from "Mean Girls."

"I loved doing that movie."

Just last week, Lindsay Lohan threw it back to her good old Mean Girls days and hinted she’d be up for a sequel of the beloved high school movie. And yesterday, Rachel McAdams—none other than iconic Mean Girl Regina George herself—gave her own green light to involvement in a Mean Girls project, twelve years after the original debuted.

Mean Girls. Musical. Would you ever?” asked E! News during an interview with the actor, probably referring to the in-progress theater production that Tina Fey is currently working on. (It’s a stage adaptation of the original.)

“Sure,” McAdams capitulated. “I mean, yeah! I loved doing that movie. I loved Tina Fey, I loved the girls.” The two also discussed what Regina would be up to by now (spoiler: she’d have babies at this point).

“Mean babies,” suggested Malkin.

“Babies who are plotting your demise—in the womb,” amended McAdams. Sounds like they already have a plot all figured out for a separate sequel featuring grown-up girls. And now at least two of the original four in the clique have vocalized interest in a follow-up. Ball’s in your court Fey.

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