This is about the most fetch thing we could possibly imagine: a musical based on 2004's "Mean Girls" movie is totally in the works.
The only downside is it's still, well, in the works. As Tina Fey, who wrote and starred in the original movie (alongside Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Amy Poehler, among others) told Andy Cohen on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," it may not be ready for the stage until "2027."
In a rapid-fire round of questions, Fey revealed that she would not reprise her role as Ms. Norbury. "I would get a professional Broadway person," she said. She also said she won't ask any of the actors from the movie back, either.
The original movie featured Lohan as a high school girl who joins a clique of popular classmates known as the Plastics, but quickly learns being popular has serious pitfalls.
So will the musical be anything like the movie? "It's pretty close," she said (Fey is writing the musical with her husband, composer Jeff Richmond). "We haven't finished it yet."
And will it be raucous and modern or more traditional Broadway? "Classic Broadway," she allowed.
Finally, as for that "2027" projected date, Fey did get a bit more (or maybe less!) specific: "Whenever 'Hamilton' closes," she quipped.
Which means it could be a long, long wait.
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