Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Mean Girls: Where are they now?

I love Mean Girls. it's hilarious and awesome and anyone who doesn't think so? Well I hope they choke on marijuana tablets. I figured I'd check up and see what the cast has been up to in the last six years. For no other reason than my own curiousity. This has nothing to do with the fact that 1 person's location and situation now is pretty awesome.

Rachel McAdams (Regina George) - Became more famous actress. Was in "The Notebook", "Wedding Crashers", "Red Eye" (which was awesome until Wes Craven turned it into Scream 4 halfway through) and "Sherlock Holmes". She is also set to star in Wes Craven's upcoming movie "Scream 4". Wait- what? (that one is actually a truth fact)

Amanda Seyfried (Karen Smith) - Became more famous actress. Starred in "Mama Mia", "Letters to Juliet", HBO's "Big Love" and "The Notebook 2: Dear John". She is set to star in "The Notebook 3: Someone goes to war, someone gets cancer".

Lizzy Caplan (Janis Ian) - Became more famous actress. Starred in "Cloverfield", HBO's "True Blood" (in which she was both topless and divine), and the excellent STARZ comedy series "Party Down". She is set to appear next in my sex dreams on a nightly basis.

Tina Fey (Ms. Norbury) - Became more famous actress. Starred in "Date Night". Won several emmys for her work on hit NBC sitcom "30 Rock". She is set to appear in....whatever she wants. People love her.

Tim Meadows (Mr. Duvall) - Became....equally as famous actor. But according to IMDB trivia, he has two sons. Good for you, Tim Meadows.

Jill Morrison (Crying Girl) - Became more famous actress. Has appeared in 23 additional film/tv shows after her star-making turn as that girl who lost her shit during the part where they talk about their feelings (she just wished things could go back to the way they were!).

Lindsey Lohan (Cady Heron) - Became laughingstock/cautionary tale. Due to repeated disrespect of the law and blowing all the 2nd, 3rd, fourth and 5th chances celebrities get, she is currently appearing in jail for the next 90 days.
(on the left is her being told she cannot pass "go". The right? Her finding out she cannot collect $200)

So yeah. Judge laid the smackdown on her, finally. And although she got 90 days when someone else would've gotten much more (she served 84 minutes of a 24 hour jail sentence a few years ago) it's nice to live in a world of....eventual justice.

I want to leave on a positive note. Not that the news above isn't positive. Let's check in with Lizzy Caplan-Bowman again:

(Currently one of numerous Mean Girls cast members not in prison. Pretty sure Coach Carr got locked up for being a pedophile)

So those are the updates for "Mean Girls: Where are they now?".

oh, and none for Gretchen Wieners.

Thanks for reading


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