'Mean Girls' Reunion: Rachel McAdams Shares Thoughts On Potential Remake & Musical [VIDEO]

It's been 12 years since Mean Girls opened in theaters and turned phrases like "On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink," "You go Glen Coco!," and "You can't sit with us," into pop culture legend, and made October 3 into a national holiday, and now, it appears fans aren't the only ones who would be very much into the idea of a Mean Girls Reunion.

In fact, Rachel McAdams, who portrayed Queen Bee of the Plastics Regina George in the film, has confirmed she'd be very into the idea.

McAdams admitted in a sitdown with E! News that she'd be very interested in being a part of Tina Fey's upcoming Mean Girls Musical, which will premiere in Washington D.C., but no dates or theaters have yet been announced.

"Sure," she said. "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."

The film starred McAdams, Amanda Seyfried as Karen Smith, Lacey Chabert as Gretchen Weiners and Lindsay Lohan as Cady Heron, the four girls who made up the ultimate clique of popular girls, The Plastics. The film also starred Jonathan Bennett as Aaron Samuels, the love interest that Cady and Regina battled over, Fey as Ms. Norbury a teacher, Lizzy Caplan and Daniel Franzese as outcasts Janice Ian and Damian, Amy Poehler as Regina's outrageously inappropriate mother, and Ana Gasteyer and Neil Flynn as Cady's parents.

Fey has already confirmed she would not appear on stage in the musical version of the movie, and it's unclear who could be cast to take on the roles that were made famous largely by McAdams, Lohan, Seyfried and Chabert.

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