'Mean Girls' Reunion: Actor Talks About The Possibility Of Coming Back To The Screen To Make 'Fetch' Happen [VIDEO]

It's been more than 10 years since the classic comedy Mean Girls hit the screen and one of the cast members has revealed if a reunion is in the works right now.

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On Saturday, Hollywood Life posted a story from Jonathan Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels in the film. When he talked about the possibility of a sequel or something related to that, he didn't seem too optimistic mainly since the movie was such a classic.

"I think we're trying to fish for something that is such a beautiful thing, we just leave it where it is," Bennett told the site. "People keep trying to say, like, let's do another movie. It's like, I think that's part of the reason why they haven't touched doing another film is because like, if it's broke, don't fix it."

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Even though the odds don't seem too likely of a "fetch" "none for Grethen Weiners" event, there is still the chance that some cast members might watch Bennett on Dancing With the Stars.

"I think it would be fun if any of the cast would come watch," Bennett said. "I'm pretty sure Lacey Chabert will come to a taping."

Chabert is known for playing Gretchen, also known as the daughter of the man who invented Toaster Strudel who also tried to make "fetch" happen.

The film also starred Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan.

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