#MeanGirls2: Gretchen Wieners star 'would love' to appear in the film's sequel

Mean Girls was released in 2004, and changed the way dramatic teenage films were made. The catty, gossip-filled blockbuster was an instant hit, and grossed $130 million at the box office on a meagre $17 million budget. Following its release, Mean Girls spawned a sequel, Mean Girls 2, which was a direct-to-TV film, with none of the original cast - except Tim Meadows as Principal Ron Duvall. Since then, fans have been yearning for an official follow-up to the first film.

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The idea of a sequel has been mentioned in passing by writer of the original film, Tina Fey, in the past.

And the latest mention of the film’s sequel comes from Gretchen Wieners star Lacey Chabert.

In a recent interview, Chabert spoke about Mean Girls reunion which took place earlier in the year.

On a sequel, Chabert explained: “We didn't talk about [a sequel] in the reunion, but I think I know most of us would definitely entertain that thought.”

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Chabert went on: “I mean, playing Gretchen was one of the most fun characters I've ever played. I would love to see what she's doing now.”

The 38-year-old then went on to explain what she thought her character would be doing in a sequel.

She said: “I feel like Gretchen is running the toaster strudel empire and she probably ended marrying Jason [Daniel DeSanto] and they probably have like six babies.”


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