The Plastics want that cash.
The main cast members of Mean Girls were supposed to return for a Paramount+-bound adaptation of the Broadway musical version of the hit, but Page Six reports the reunion has hit a snag over money.
While Tina Fey, the writer-co-star of the 2004 classic reportedly scored a seven-figure payday to return for the production, according to the publication, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lindsay Lohan, and Lacey Chabert were reportedly offered a "fraction" of that -- an amount a source says the actresses found "disrespectful."
Fey, it should be noted, is also writing and producing the project -- in addition to reprising as Math teacher Ms. Norbury -- which would naturally boost her bottom line.
That said, a source says the actresses, who have stayed friends in the years since the film became a hit, refuse to play ball unless the producers can fetch more dough. "As of now, the negotiations are stalled," the source explains.