Tina Fey and Tim Meadows are back in action as the beloved characters of Ms. Norbury and Principal Duvall in the highly anticipated new Mean Girls movie. Fans of the original film can rejoice as these talented actors agreed to reprise their roles, but with one condition – no singing.
In a recent interview, Fey revealed that she and Meadows felt it was only fitting for their characters to make a comeback. “Teachers work for a long time,” Fey explained, “so it made sense for us to continue their stories.” Fey reached out to Meadows, her former co-star, and asked him if he would join her in this new endeavor. Luckily, Meadows enthusiastically agreed, and the dynamic duo was reunited once again.
Working with Meadows has been an absolute joy for Fey, who expressed her delight at seeing him after all these years. The two stars have brought laughter and entertainment to audiences in the past, and now they are ready to do it again.
While Meadows also appeared in the 2011 TV movie, Mean Girls 2, Fey was not associated with that project. However, the new Mean Girls film brings them back together, much to the delight of fans worldwide.
For those unfamiliar with the Mean Girls franchise, the films revolve around the story of Cady, a new high school student who becomes entangled with the popular girl clique known as “The Plastics.” The drama reaches new heights when Cady falls for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of Regina, the alpha Plastic.
As for the new installment, it is currently playing in theaters and features a fresh cast of talented actors. Angourie Rice, Renée Rapp, Anantika, and Bebe Wood take on the lead roles, bringing their own flair to the Mean Girls universe.
Fans of the original Mean Girls film can now enjoy the return of their favorite teachers, Ms. Norbury and Principal Duvall, portrayed brilliantly once again by Tina Fey and Tim Meadows. The new Mean Girls movie promises to continue the legacy of the franchise, delivering the perfect blend of comedy, drama, and teenage angst that audiences have come to love.
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