The official trailer for the new ‘Mean Girls’ movie musical has dropped with a few familiar faces, plus a load of new ones who are about to bring back all those burn-book-worthy entries.
It kicks off with Tim Meadows reprising his orignial role as Principal Duvall screaming "Oh, hell no!" as chaos unfolds at North Shore High School.
Tina Fey has also returned as Ms. Norbury, the math teacher we all secretly wanted to be best friends with. And in true Ms. Norbury fashion, she's telling a student to keep it "PG-13, please”.
The trailer is full of winks and nudges to the OG 2004 flick with The Plastics' iconic Christmas talent show, the prom, and the Halloween party.
But hold onto your burn book, because the trailer claims that this is “not your mother’s Mean Girls.”
Honestly, it's kind of rude to make us feel that old!
Paramount's remake isn't a copy, paste of the original, nope, it’s actually an adaption from the Tony-nominated 'Mean Girls' Broadway musical.
But while it’s a musical, there’s actually no music to be heard in the trailer other than Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘get him back!’.
A little suspicious if you ask me, but maybe they’re just teasing us.
Either way, the new ‘Mean Girls’ is promising a modern twist and with Reneé Rapp (the super-talented actress who originally slayed the role of Regina George on Broadway) taking it to the big screen, it's sure to be totally GROOL!
So, pick your fetchest outfit and get in, loser, ‘cause we're heading to watch Mean Girls in in Jan 2024.