“Rachel, Amanda and I getting together — it was so lovely to reconnect again. We email and text. After the shoot, it was like we got back together again. So we decided to catch up on each other’s lives.”
And while Tina Feywas also not mentioned by Lacey Chabert – that omitted name is easier to explain since Tina, who wrote the screenplay for the film, only had a small part in the actual movie. It wasn’t like she was a mean girl or anything, but Lindsay most definitely was!
However these interviews are sometimes so tedious and draining – it could be possible that Lindsay’s name just slipped Lacey’s mind and the omission was not done purposefully.
But we’re not convinced that’s what happened here although we doubt Lindsay will mention this possible slight anytime soon.
Sadly, Joanne (who now goes by Joanne Flemming) says her grandmother passed before the letter ever got to her. However, she says she’s currently living in her old house and was SHOCKED when they letter turned up on her doorstep:
“I came in from work and it had been posted through my door. It was my address, but because of the woman’s name I thought it must be one of my neighbors at first. When I had a closer look I saw it had been posted in Wales dated 1984. It is in perfect condition so I have no idea where it has been. It does not look like it has been passed from pillar to post, it is immaculate. It looks almost new.”
Luckily, Joanne seemed to find the whole story pretty amusing, but there was ONE thing she wasn’t veryhappy about:
“I’m embarrassed by my spelling. Thankfully that has improved. I think my nine year old daughter could do better.”
Ha! We’ll let it slide this time considering you were only 10 when you wrote this letter in the first place!
It’s still unclear why it took so long for the postcard to be delivered, but we’re guessing Joanne is happy she can just stick with much more reliable emails these days!
Cady Heron, erm, LiLo revealed in an interview that she actually pitched an idea for a sequel to Tina Fey!
“People really love the movie: how do you top that? I was with Tina Fey the other day and I said we should do another Mean Girls, like an older version where they’re all housewives and they’re all cheating. That would be really funny. I’ll harass Tina to write it.”
It’s going to be REALLY hard to top such a great movie, but hey! We aren’t doubting the former SNL funny woman’s writing talents!
If21 Jump Street can create an AH-Mazing sequel, so can Mean Girls!