Rachel McAdams, a celebrated actress known for her range and versatility, recently opened up about her enduring impact as Regina George in the iconic movie "Mean Girls" in an interview with Variety.
McAdams’ Hollywood career, spanning over two decades, was marked by selective media appearances and a variety of memorable roles. From her romantic lead in "The Notebook" to a complex character in "Disobedience," her versatility has been widely appreciated.
Her role as Regina George in "Mean Girls" remains one of her most iconic performances.
Discussing the Broadway musical adaptation of "Mean Girls," set for release by Paramount Pictures, McAdams expressed her enthusiasm for the project. While she won't be appearing in the musical, she was involved in brainstorming ideas with writer Tina Fey.
On the topic of the "Mean Girls" reunion, McAdams addressed her absence from a recent cast reunion in a Walmart commercial, citing her general reluctance to participate in commercials and her lack of awareness about the full cast's involvement.
However, she confirmed remaining open to future opportunities to reunite with her “Mean Girls” co-stars.