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Lindsay Lohan talks about creating treatment for ‘Mean Girls 2,’ Wants to add Jamie Lee Curtis and Jimmy Fallon

30 December 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) – Lindsay Lohan revealed in a recent interview that she has written some parts of the script and she already has a treatment for the sequel of “Mean Girls” that is why she hopes someone would respond for the movie to push through.

The 30-year-old actress, who has been based in London for years now, sat down with CNN for a Facebook Live chat on Thursday. She said that she has been trying so hard to do a “Mean Girls 2” but the decision is not up to her. She added, "I know Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels and all of Paramount [Pictures] are very busy. But I will keep forcing it and pushing it on them until we do it."

Lohan continued to reveal that she has done some writing for the sequel she wants to happen. A number of famous Hollywood stars were on her mind for “Mean Girls 2.” She revealed that she would love to have her “Freak Friday” co-star Jamie Lee Curtis on it as well as late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon in the flick. She said that she needs a response for the treatment she has prepared. She also noted that she knows Mark Waters, the director of “Mean Girls,” would be happy to direct the sequel if it will really be pushed.

Rachel McAdams, who played the role of Regina George, said she will be interested to do a “Mean Girls 2” if Fey would be back. Daniel Franzese , who played Damian, also tweeted to Lohan asking for a sequel.

The cast of “Mean Girls” reunited for their 10th anniversary in 2014. Fey said during that time that she believed there was no reason that a sequel of the famous flick will be made. It is unclear if Fey has changed her mind about the matter.

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