Lindsay Lohan has had quite hard time of it recently — what with getting her finger sliced off and splitting from her Russian oligarch fiancee – but she's determined to battle through and get a sequel to 2004 chick-flick classic Mean Girls off the ground.
Recently, while chatting about her desire to plunge deep into the depths of comedy once again in a CNN Facebook Live chat, #LindsayLohan admitted that she is as eager as ever to reprise her role of "homeschooled jungle freak" Cady Heron. Watch her looking all fresh-faced and hanging out with the Plastics for the very first time in the clip below:
Discussing whether a Mean Girls 2 could be on the cards, Li Lo said:
"I have been trying so hard to do a Mean Girls 2. It is not in my hands. I know that Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels and all of Paramount are very busy."
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Indeed, while Fey and Michaels are riding that train of Hollywood success and are occupied with a slew of projects, it seems that Lohan's calendar continues to lie wide open. In fact, it appears that she's so desperate for Tina Fey to greenlight a sequel that she's even gone as far as giving the producer/director/writer a helping hand by penning bits of the script. She added:
"I will keep forcing it and pushing it on them until we do it. I have already written a treatment for it. I just need a response. I know Mark Waters, the director; he'd happily come back."
Finally, as for who she would like to see tottering back into the sequel, the 30-year-old threw the following suggestion out there:
"I'd love to have Jamie Lee Curtis [and] Jimmy Fallon in the movie."
Quite frankly, we're all for it and for Lindsay to once again spearhead one of the most influential '00s movies of our time. And considering 2011's offering – also called Mean Girls 2 – was definitively subpar, we can only hope that the comedy gods hear Lohan's desperate pleas to create a worthy sequel once and for all. Here's the trailer for the TV movie version starring a host of names we've never heard of and will probably never hear of again:
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(Source: Daily Mail)