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    May 20, 2010


    Back in the year 2004 when Lindsay Lohan is still a popular figure, she headlined Paramount's Mean Girls. The chick flick, directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey, was a financial and critical success. The adaptation from Rosalind Wiseman's Queen Bees and Wannabes grossed more than US$ 129 million worldwide. Six years later, New Line Cinema would like to tap in another Wiseman's work for Mean Moms.

    Empire Online reported that the new comedy will be produced by Adam Shankman based on Wiseman's Queen Bee Moms and King Pin Dads. It is not a direct sequel nor continuation form Mean Girls, but revolves around a family that moves to a new town. The mother struggle to adapt to the new environment and the competitiveness of the parents in the suburban.

    It is believed that the new film will not have anyone from the Mean Girls involved. No Tina Fey and no Lindsay Lohan.

    SOURCE: Empire Online
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