Get ready to revisit the world of high school cliques and pink outfits, as the iconic character Regina George returns in a musical remake of Tina Fey’s classic film 'Mean Girls'.
Marking 20 years since the original's premiere, the new adaptation brings the beloved story to life once more, with the first trailer now released.
The story follows Cady Heron's challenging transition from life in Africa to an American high school, where she encounters cliques, parties, and manipulative prom queens.
The trailer teases a faithful recreation of iconic moments from the 2004 film, including the 'Jingle Bell Rock' performance and Regina George's famous "Get in, loser" line.
This remake, however, is not just a retelling of the original movie but an adaptation of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical based on the film.
The cast includes several stars from the musical's stage version, with Renée Rapp reprising her role as Regina George, a character she also portrayed in the musical and known from HBO’s ‘Sex Lives of College Girls’.
Angourie Rice ('Spider-Man: No Way Home') steps into the role of Cady Heron, while friends Janis and Damien are played by Auliʻi Cravalho ('Moana') and Jaqcuel Spivey.
The Plastics, Gretchen Wieners and Karen Smith, are portrayed by Bebe Wood ('Love, Victor') and Avantika Vandanapu.
Tina Fey returns as the divorced Miss Norbury, and Tim Meadows reprises his role as the overwhelmed principal. The trailer also features Jon Hamm as the abstinence-preaching football coach/sex education teacher, Coach Carr. Fans of the original film and the musical can eagerly anticipate this new take on the 'Mean Girls' saga.
Watch the trailer here: