03:47 PM EDT 09/16/2014
Originally posted 02/06/2014 10:00AM
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Mean Girls, which is great news for those of us still trying to make "fetch" happen.
In the meantime, Vulture caught up with director Mark Waters to share some insider gossip, none of which was about Janis Ian and that eighth grade pool party.
While we're still not sure why "grool" hasn't been added to the dictionary or if Damian ever got his pink shirt back, Waters's most interesting reveal – for those who didn't memorize the DVD's special features – was the casting shakeup revolving around the now-classic high school comedy's queen bee.
Originally posted 01/14/2014 11:00AM
Mean Girls turns 10 in April. And to celebrate, Los Angeles-based jewelry company Stella and Bow is introducing a Burn Book collection, and finally giving the best film ever the accessory line it so richly deserves.
Originally posted 12/16/2013 04:00PM
Originally posted 12/04/2013 12:30PM
It's the question very few people have asked: What would Mean Girls be like if it was set in Middle Earth?
Fortunately, the Internet was created expressly for the purpose of creating hilarious things no one knew they wanted, and so now we have "Mean Elves," an animated short that re-imagines the trailer for the classic high-school movie as if it took place in the magical world of J.R.R. Tolkien. Dwarves are geeks, humans are burnouts and those vicious, manipulative Plastics are played by the elves of Mirkwood. They even have the same hairstyles!
Originally posted 11/10/2013 05:45PM
There's no denying that Rachel McAdams is the current undisputed queen of romantic comedies. And with Friday's release of About Time, a time-traveling love story from the creator of Love Actually, her reign is set to continue.
But why has this brunette beauty so successfully cemented her place in all of our hearts? For starters, she's always one line away from having us bawling into our movie theater napkins, and that goes for anyone, whether you like your romances to come from novel adaptations or from the same duo that brought you The Internship. So before this weekend's dinner-and-a-movie meet-up, give her sweetest declarations a read, and feel free to pass them on to the Ryan Gosling in your life.
Originally posted 11/01/2013 06:00PM
There's a lot more to Twilight than Edward and Bella.
Jackson Rathbone's gilded smirk and arched eyebrow was secretly the best part of the hit vampire series. I mean, have you heard him say "Possibly" in Breaking Dawn? It's great! Anyway, he ate yogurt on YouTube this week (no, really!), poked a little fun at the franchise and proved that yes, Virginia, emo vampires do have a sense of humor.
Plus: Neil Patrick Harris and fiancé David Burtka could not be any cuter with their kids, Pete Wentz got his Miley on (sort of) and more of the most important random things online.
Originally posted 08/17/2013 02:15PM
Katy Perry's "Roar" was released this week, and everyone seemed to be a fan – even her cat, Kitty Purry.
Well, maybe not everyone.
As Sara Bareilles fans (and other people with ears) quickly pointed out, the song sounds a lot like the singer's own "Brave." And Katy's not the only one channeling another this week.
Read on for the Bar Mitzvah kid embracing his inner J.Lo, the impressionist who channeled 19 divas, and more of best, most random things online.
Originally posted 08/09/2013 03:00PM
If Mumford & Sons' brand of homespun earnestness is too much for you, you're not alone: It's apparently too much for the band, who parodied themselves (with a little help from professionals) in the new video for "Hopeless Wanderer," which was totally shot at Schrute Farms.
Read on for other wonderfully random videos and more from this week:
Originally posted 10/16/2012 04:25PM
Ricky's out, Tina and Amy are in! Monday's announcement that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards on NBC in January – succeeding Ricky Gervais, who hosted the past three years – left fans of the comedy powerhouses delighted.
Years before they costarred on Saturday Night Live, Fey and Poehler got their start together performing with the Second City improv troupe in Chicago. Since then, the funny ladies have worked together on projects ranging from Mean Girls to Baby Mama.
Originally posted 05/03/2004 01:00AM
Mean Girls, starring 17-year-old Lindsay Lohan as a student who enters a high school that's like the vicious alma mater of "Heathers," went to the head of the class at the box office this weekend, according to studio estimates.
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