Tina Fey Confirms ‘Fetch’ Is Still Not Happening, And Neither Is “Mean Girls 2”

1.163347Comedy goddess Tina Fey is determined not to let her brilliant 2004 teen drama Mean Girls suffer the same fate as the Sex and the City franchise.

In an interview with Access Hollywood this week, Fey confirmed that contrary to widespread rumor, there is no plan for a Mean Girls sequel. Fetch is definitely never going to happen.

Fey also revealed the possibility of a 10th anniversary panel discussion (yes, the movie is turning 10 next month — don’t you feel old?) while chatting with Cady Heron, played in the movie by somebody named Lindsay Lohan, earlier last month.

“Yeah, I saw her at the first episode of the ‘Tonight Show.’ We did that bit with Jimmy, and I said to her, ‘Oh, I think someone may call us about doing some kind of reunion because next month is the tenth anniversary of the movie,’” she said. “And so really… if everyone’s around we might try to do some kind of like panel discussion, but it’s not like — it’s not another movie. At most it would be like a panel discussion with a plate of hot wings.

But fear not, plastics fans! That Mean Girls Broadway musical is still in the works.

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  • Cam

    For three reasons,

    1. No insurance company would insure a movie with Lohan anymore

    2. She can’t seem to act anymore

    3. She looks 10 years older than the other women in the movie.

  • redcarpet

    She never could act. She was good for a 10 year old in The Parent Trap remake but that’s where her talent stagnated. She wasn’t even that good in Mean Girls, the supporting cast was what held the movie together. She didn’t even have any memorable lines.

    She’s little more than a Paris Hilton except she got her money from a few movies and some headlines rather than from mommy and daddy.

  • ppp111

    There was a unofficial sequel to the movie that was shown on TV several years ago. New cast of course with the only thing tying it to the first film was the name. It’s too bad about there not being another sequel but I understand it’s best to keep the original as is.

  • Cam


    Well you might not think it was too bad if you’d ever seen “Legally Blond 2”

    I hear they use it to induce vomiting in poison victims.

  • Mdterp01

    I didnt think she was half bad in Georgia Rule. I mean it wasnt going to get her an Oscar but I liked the movie.

  • stranded

    Even if she kept her nose clean her stardom would have fallen. I agree with the other comments, i don’t think she’s a good actress. Her career would have mellowed out just like Hilary Duff’s. They were part of that whole 2nd generation Disney celeberteens. The generation after Britney and Justin but before the Jonas Brothers, Selena Gomez and (early) Miley. She would have had some movie bombs, then good tv spots. A decent tv show that would have lasted 3-4 years. Marry some C actor or pro athlete, and popped out kids. It’s not about judging her personal struggles, she just does not have the skill to be a leading lady

  • Tracy Pope

    @stranded: I think Annette Funicello would have been first generation while Kurt Russel would have been second gen which puts Lindsay Lohan’s generation a bit further down the Disney “celebreteen” list. Along with her acting…

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