As reported by individuals, Tina Fey just recently exposed that she and Tim Meadows will be repeating their functions for the upcoming Mean Girls motion picture musical, which is based upon their 2004 movie and the later Broadway production. Fey made the statement throughout her Thursday look on Late Night withSeth Meyers After the comic kept in mind that production for the musical motion picture will begin on March sixth, Fey enhanced the upcoming motion picture’s “amazing cast,” that includes Angourie Rice as Cady, Rene é Rapp as Regina, Auli’i Cravalho as Janis, and Jaquel Spivey as Damian.

In the initial motion picture, Fey and Meadows playedMs Norbury andPrincipal Duvall Meyers informed Fey, “I do want to give you credit, you and Tim had parts in the original film that you couldn’t age out of.”

Fey jokingly responded, “Teachers work forever. I want it to be like when Gilligan from Gilligan’s Island would be at a trade show and you’d be like, ‘Oh, he looks so old in his little hat.’ That’s my goal.”

The 30 Rock star later on kept in mind that the upcoming motion picture musical will be choosing more of a “pop” noise than its Broadway equivalent. Fey stated, “It’s a fascinating process, actually, because [on] Broadway, everything has to play to the back of the house. And in movies, you can kind of come back in and things can play really intimately.”

Tina Fey Says the Upcoming Mean Girls Movie Musical Is “Gonna Be Good”

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Fey likewise praised the movie’s “very cool directing team” and its choreographer prior to stating, “It’s gonna be good.”

individuals kept in mind that Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter have actually mentioned that the motion picture musical will be debuting on Paramount+. Samantha Jayne andArturo Perez Jr will act as directors, with SNL’s Lorne Michaels and Fey (who formerly composed the 2004 movie in addition to the Broadway program) serving as manufacturers. The Sisters star will likewise be producing the movie script for the musical motion picture with music by Fey’s other half, Jeff Richmond, and lyrics composed by Nell Benjamin.

In a previous declaration provided in January 2020, Fey stated, “I’m very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen. It’s been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences. I’ve spent sixteen years with these characters now. They are my Marvel Universe and I love them dearly.”

Elizabeth Raposo, President of Production for Paramount Pictures, included, “We’re thrilled to be bringing this iconic property back to the big screen in musical form with our incredible filmmaking team.”