Renee Rapp has been cast in Paramount's Mean Girls film.

Renee Rapp has been cast in Paramount’s Mean Girls film.

Renee Rapp has been cast as Regina George in Paramount’s ‘Mean Girls,’ film. The attractive core cast of Paramount’s upcoming “Mean Girls” film musical has been selected.

The movie will stars other than Reneé Rapp, Angourie Rice as Cady, Jaquel Spivey as Damian, and Auli’i Cravalho as Janis. Mean Girls is based on Broadway, the Tony-nominated musical made into an iconic 2004 film. Rapp will repeat her role as Regina George in the movie. She performed as a character in a Broadway show, and Rice and Spivey will play the roles of Cady, Damian, Janis, and Cravalho.

The 2004 film Mean Girls and the Broadway musical Mean Girls recount the tale of Cady Heron, a high school student who relocates to the suburbs of Illinois after spending most of her youth in Africa with her zoologist parents. As an unsuspecting newcomer, Cady is quickly drawn into the herd mentality of high school kids and joins the popular group known as The Plastics, a group of three girls led by the cruel Regina. The movie, released in 2004, stars Lindsay Lohan as Cady and Rachel McAdams as Regina. It grossed $128 million worldwide.

Tina Fey is writing the film’s original screenplay and stage musical, and Arturo Perez and Samantha Jayne are directing it. Jeff Richmond composed the music, and Nell Benjamin wrote the lyrics.

Fey and Lorne Michaels are the producers. For Broadway Video, Erin David, Caroline Maroney, and Micah Frank are in charge, and Eric Gurian and Richmond are in order of Little Stranger. Paramount Pictures are adapting the movie for Paramount+.

Renee Rapp, who recently  “Everything to Everyone,” her first EP, is currently starring in HBO Max’s  Season 2 of “Sex Lives of College Girls.” Rice, who made her acting debut last year opposite Kate Winslet on HBO’s “Mare of Easttown,” has most recently appeared in the films “Honor Society” and “Senior Year” on Netflix.

Renee Rapp. Source: Twitter

Tony and Grammy-nominated Spivey made his professional theatre debut as Usher in Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “A Strange Loop,” Cravalho made her mark as a household voice in 2016 when she was cast as Disney’s “Moana.” She has since appeared in Netflix’s “All Together Now” and Hulu’s “Crush.”

Immersive Management, WME, and Interscope Records all represent Rapp. In addition to Catherine Poulton Management, Rice is represented by WME, Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern, and The Lede Company.

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