In the 2004 film Mean Girls, Amanda Seyfried’s character famously reveals that her breasts “can always tell when it’s gonna rain.” Ha ha, right? Funny line! Great scene! But it’s fiction. Amanda Seyfried is not Karen Smith and can’t predict rain...but she can smell a lightning storm.
If you spent some part of your childhood wishing you could run with wild horses, you’re not alone. But you might have been alone once you joined the herd. Horses, it turns out, are just as cliquey as fifth-grade girls.
Mean Girls, the 11-year-old teen comedy you probably know by heart, will soon be coming to your phone as a free-to-play (don’t you just hate that?) “choose-your-own-adventure gaming experience.” THR reports the game will be a sort-of sequel, taking place “after the events” of the 2004 film.
Regina George’s two-acre mansion from Mean Girls is up for sale. Should we just pool our money now?
For their annual reunion issue, Entertainment Weekly rounded up several of the key players from the 2004 classic Mean Girls and what did the Plastics (now 10 years older) divulge? Stories of fake nipples, real-life feuds with Hillary Duff and where their characters would be now.
Today, in This Modern Horrible World, a Connecticut student was arrested for cyberbullying his teacher with an app called Streetchat, which people only seem to use to humiliate each other.
We reported earlier this week that in spring 2013, Miss America Kira Kazantsev was kicked out of Hofstra University's Alpha Phi sorority for hazing her sisters. Now, new information from one of her former sorority sisters indicates that her involvement was more serious than she's been willing to admit. Kazantsev …
Cinematic classic Mean Girls turns ten this year. In celebration, here's the movie reimagined as an 8-bit video game. Because why wouldn't you want a version that looks like The Legend of Zelda:On Wednesdays We Wear Pink?
Today is the 10th anniversary of the release of Mean Girls, which means—and I'm sorry to break it to you like this—you are hella elderly. On the upside, though, Mean Girls almost completely holds up, and still watches like a semi-masterpiece (even if Tina Fey has some squicky race and slut-shamey issues and the script…
Indiewire has just published a coming out letter by Daniel Franzese, the actor best known to the public as the "too gay to function" (but only Janis is allowed to say that) Damian.
The film that made Lindsay Lohan a household name may be a decade old, but that doesn't mean it hasn't held up really well.
It's hard to believe ten years have passed since Mean Girls blessed pop culture with its presence. To celebrate the anniversary, Daniel Franzese (aka Damian) recently gave an interview on the making of the film.
It seems like a stupid April Fool's headline, but a recent study has actually found that teens who are in with the in-crowd are "unnoticed victims of school-based aggression." As they work their way up high school's social ladder and increase their status, kids' chances of being bullied increases by more than 25…
In case you were holding your breath for a Mean Girls sequel starring the beloved original cast, well, you can let it go now. Tina Fey says it's not going to happen because they're all too old and SO ARE YOU.
Amber Rose says she was a nerd in high school. I don't believe her either, but that's when she fell in love with Tina Fey's magnum opus Mean Girls. Back then, Amber and her other unpopular friends memorized the film's script and re-enacted the four-way phone call scene amongst themselves. Today, her buddies are famous…
You thought Santa forgot, didn't you? Well, he was just a little busy with some stuff. Sorry. But here it is, better late than never for you to enjoy and laugh at.
Lis Smith handled communications for Bill de Blasio during his campaign and throughout his transition, and was widely expected to join him in the mayor's office. Instead, she was unceremoniously dumped from the job just before the new year. The reason was the public discovery that Smith is in a relationship with…
Yes, this is a thing that is happening now. Mean Girls inspired jewelry is on the way, thanks to Los Angeles-based jewelry makers Stella and Bow.
I'll never get sick of Mean Girls mashups. NEVER! I'll never stop trying to make precious happen.
A recent review published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B argues that women are catty and gossipy because of evolution. It was likely dreamt up in the twilight hours, after its author watched the mall safari scene of Mean Girls and thought, "I wonder...."