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On Wednesday We Buy Tickets! ‘Mean Girls’ Tickets On Sale Now

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You Can’t Sit With Us Unless You Buy Tickets

The official Mean Girls page on TikTok has been stirring up attention with clips ever since the first trailer’s release. On December 13, a new video was posted stating that tickets are now available for the anticipated remake.

You Are So Lucky You Have Us to Guide You 

A new teaser comes with news that tickets are now on sale. For people who have seen the original film, the flashes of scenes in the teaser would look highly familiar. There’s even a scene showcasing Principal Duvall (Tim Meadows), who is from the original movie, as he reads an excerpt from the infamous burn book. *Spoiler Alert* Regina is seen crying, as this is probably the part in the film where she turns in the burn book to the principal to blame it on someone else. Reneé Rapp is a perfect fit for the role of Regina as she played her on the Broadway version in New York City.

Are You Trying to Make The Rest of Us Feel Dumb?

Cady, played by Angourie Rice (Honor Society), and Aaron, played by Christopher Briney (The Summer I Turned Pretty), were featured in a video on December 12 that seemed eerily similar to the iconic scene: “On November 3, he asked me what day it was.” Briney has stirred up quite a fanbase from his previous role as Conrad, which will draw some attention to this movie as he plays yet another irresistible heartthrob. The chemistry between 2024 Cady and Aaron is certainly there, which only makes audiences excited to see more. A video was also posted the same day with a montage of scenes featuring the lovable Damian, who will definitely add humor to the film.

I’m Not Trying to It’s Just Happening

The cast of Mean Girls is counting down the days until the holidays. It’s expected that more awesome and revealing clips will come to TikTok screens around the world because the film is doing “12 Days of Fetch.” The actors are taking their audience into the world of Mean Girls. This remake will be released 20 years after the original film was released, so something special is expected. According to the TikTok video, the film is giving one lucky fan a chance to win a trip to their pink carpet premiere in NYC along with other prizes. The way to enter is through the link in their TikTok bio. A link to purchase tickets to see the film is also in their TikTok bio. After entering to win prizes for the 12 days of fetch, the possible winner is left with a signature message: “You go Glen Coco!”

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Get in Loser, We’re Going to the Movies

It seems the film is targeting the younger generation as it claims it isn’t the viewer’s parents’ Mean Girls. However, fans of the original will most likely watch the remake to see how it compares. This reimagined version by Tina Fey is sure to turn some heads. It already has a big following between Reneé Rapp and Christopher Briney, with Rapp’s influence on the music industry and Briney’s on television. The film is expected to be so fetch! Tickets are available for purchase on the Fandango website. Find out if Plastic is really forever by securing tickets to the upcoming film. 

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Mean Girls (2024) Paramount Pictures Official Trailer 

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Sammie is an undergraduate student at Arcadia University where she is majoring in English and creative writing and minoring in media and communications. Sammie enjoys writing about her favorite movies and tv shows and hopes to have a career in the media industry.

Matt Keyser is a recent graduate of Cal State Fullerton University with a bachelor's in Communications-Journalism. He is a freelance entertainment reporter with a focus on film and television. As a former senior programming coordinator for the Newport Beach Film Festival, Matt's experience with critiquing narratives and documentaries has helped showcase his passion for television and cinema through his writing.