Twelve years ago, "mean girls" was released, and suddenly it was thrown into 'instant classic' status. These days it feels as if no time has passed with the constant posting on Facebook profiles of GIFs and memes. "Mean Girls" was a time when Lindsay Lohan almost had an air of innocence about her.

If there were to be a sequel, the girls would be heading into their 10-year high school reunions. We're just going to turn a blind-eye at "Mean Girls 2" and pretend it doesn't exist. What was that, anyway?

Someone, Tiny Fey, we're talking to you, needs to resurrect the plastics and get going on "Mean Girls: High School Reunion" and make it happen. Fans are waiting. Rachel McAdams, who played the leader of the plastics, Regina George, is ready to reprise her role as the Queen Bee.

"Mean Girls" was directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. The film is based in part on the non-fiction self-help book "Queen Bees and Wannabes" by Rosalind Wiseman. The book describes the female social cliques in high school and how damaging they can be to girls during these years.

What is so special about this movie?

The cast included McAdams, Fey, Lacy Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Amanda Seyfried, Daniel Franzese, Lindsay Lohan, and Jonathan Bennet. For those who have been living under a social media rock, "Mean Girls" is the story of a home-schooled girl (Lohan) who has spent the majority of her life with her Zoologist parents in Africa. She's thrown into a whole new world, including the "burn book." This book contained secrets, rumors and gossip about other girls and teachers within the school.

It's the ultimate nightmare when the book gets in the hands of the wrong person. No one is safe.

So what's the holdup?

In a recent interview with E! News, Rachel McAdams said that she was up for a "Mean Girls" reunion and a musical."Sure. I mean, I loved that movie. I love Tina Fey. I love the girls. I mean, to get to kind of have a reunion would be...we got to have a reunion at a photo shoot a couple of years ago and it was over like that and it wasn't enough.

I was back in it," McAdams stated. McAdams was at the E! News studio to discuss therecent trailer release, "Dr. Strange" with Benedict Cumberbatch.

McAdams went on to say that the Regina would probably have a few kids. She gave no other details about what she thought the older Regina would be like other than they were probably 'mean' babies and that they were "plotting" in the womb. We're sure Lohan's character will have to have a finger-missing write-in.

"Mean Girls" the musical will premiere in a Washington, D.C. theater, but no dates have been revealed. There really is no answer as to why this musicals' release dates haven't started or why there is no high school reunion movie in the works.

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