There's a 'Mean Girls' Sequel, and Jennifer Aniston's Going to Be in It

Don't say fetch, don't say fetch.

Glassy-hairedbutt-grabber Jennifer Aniston is poised to star in the upcoming "spiritual sequel" to Mean Girls. It is unclear at this time whether she'll play a regular or a cool mom.

According to Deadline, the Cake actress is eyeing a role in Mean Moms, based on the Rosalind Wiseman advice book—deep breath—Queen Bee Moms and King Pin Dads: Dealing with the Parents, Teachers, Coaches, and Counselors Who Can Make—or Break—Your Child's Future. The film will focus on a mother of two who moves from a small town to the hyper-competitive suburbs, where, presumably, they wear pink to SAT prep classes on Wednesdays and push valedictorians in front of school buses.

Between the sequel sequel rumors and the 60-percent-done musical, it looks like we're deep in the throes of a Mean Girls renaissance. I know what I said before, but...


I lied.

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