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Mean Girls (DVD)

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1h 37min


Awards, 7 wins & 25 nominations


Mark Waters


Rosalind Wiseman, Tina Fey


Lindsay Lohan, Jonathan Bennett, Rachel McAdams

Produced by

Jennifer Guinier, Jill Sobel Messick, Lorne Michaels, Louise Rosner, Tony Shimkin

Music by

Rolfe Kent

Cinematography by

Daryn Okada

Film Editing by

Wendy Greene Bricmont

Casting By

Andrew S. Brown, Gail Levin, Marci Liroff

Production Design by

Cary White

Art Direction by

Brandt Gordon

Set Decoration by

Patricia Cuccia

Costume Design by

Mary Jane Fort

Makeup Department

Johanne Boisvert, Mario Cacioppo, Carol Hartwick, Patricia Keighran, Diana Ladyshewsky, Jo-Ann MacNeil, Beatrice Salazar, Linda Steeves

Production Management

Jim Powers, Louise Rosner

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Sarah Campbell, Joel Hay, Jordana Lieberman, Stephanie Moore, Andrew Shea, José Clemente Hernandez

Art Department

Collingwood Brown, Janet Cormack, Britt Doughty, Danielle Fleury, Dean B. Katz, Marc Kuitenbrouwer, Glenn Locke, Vic Rigler, Odetta Stoddard, Colin Woods

Sound Department

Bruce Carwardine, Pat Cassin, Vincent Cirilli, Anne Couk, Patrick Cyccone Jr., Marc Fishman, Galen Goodpaster, Robin Harlan, Larry Hopkins, Susan Kurtz, Chuck Michael, Sarah Monat, Magic A. Moreno, Willard Overstreet, Vic Radulich, Christopher Sidor, Randy Singer, Frank Smathers, Beth Sterner, Mike Szakmeister, Robert Ulrich, Markus Wade, David Yonson, Linda Lew, Terry O Bright

Special Effects by

John MacGillivray, Rob Sanderson

Visual Effects by

Akemi Abe, Chris Anderson, Kim Boyle, Jeremy Burns, Steven Fagerquist, Larry Gaynor, Bryan Hirota, Patrick Kavanaugh, Peter Koczera, Marc Nanjo, Gregory Oehler, Heather MacPhee Ryan, Johnny Wilson, Chris Allen, Matt Ashton, Jayni Borgaro, Donald Fly, Maryjane Layani, Julia Neighly, Kyle Yamamoto


Nada Abdel-Shahid, Taryn Ash, Laurene Boutet, Randi Lee Butcher, Erin Carter, Natalie Cultraro, Sandra Feldman, Kym Kristalie, Angelique Lewis, Danny Lima, Billy Oliver, Chauntelle Page, Colleen Park, Vlasta Racki, Alison Reid, Kevin Rushton, Shayna Segal, John Stoneham Jr., Rebecca Stoneham, Bryan J. Thomas, Christine Thomas

Camera and Electrical Department

Mongo Andrews, Sean Bourdeau, Michael Carella, Angelo Colavecchia, Mark Cyre, Tim Davis, Cylvan Desrouleaux, Roy Elliston, Richard Emerson, Philip Esteves, Howard Galbraith, Michael Galbraith, Michael Gibson, Mark W. Hindle, Andy Jekabsons, Jim MacCammon, David Morenz, Doug Novis, Michael Plant, Keith Pokorski, Herb Reischl Jr., Ron Renzetti, Tom Starnes, Neil Trafford

Casting Department

Ruthie Brownfield, Dane Clark, Robin D. Cook, Donna Dupere, Brad Gerstl, Danis Goulet, Sharon D. King, Erica Palgon, Nancy Perna, Jamie Sparer Roberts, Susan Shopmaker, Aaron Unrau

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Ciara Brennan, Christina Cattle, Jordanna Fineberg, Daniel Fortin, Gayle Franklin, Dana Kay Hart, Mary B. Iannelli, Lindsay Jacobs, Janet E Jensen, Ritta Koleva, Luis Sequeira

Editorial Department

Gena Bleier, Doug Caron, Kris Cole, Brian Day, Robert Doyle, Donald Freeman, Dana E. Glauberman, Chas Hollis, Russell Langille, Dave Muscat, Mary Nelson-Duerrstein, Mark C. Pituch, Saul Saladow, Mike Stanwick, David Tarnawsky, Valance Eisleben

Location Management

Alex Makrygiannis, Vince Nyuli, Tristan Plant, Trevor A. Weber, Alex McNaughton

Music Department

Tony Blondal, Stephen Coleman, Buck Damon, Sandy DeCrescent, George Doering, Jim Harrison, Steve Kempster, Norman Ludwin, Leslie Morris, Stephanie Murray, David Romano, Peter Rotter, Ralph Sall, Amanda Scheer-Demme, Nick South, Patrick Spain, Eric Stonerook, John Beal

Script and Continuity Department

Joanne T. Harwood

Transportation Department

Ron Annabelle, Dave Staples, Ian C. Harris

Additional Crew

Darleen Abbott, Kelly Baggett, Catherine Battistone, Alex Betuel, Adam Bocknek, Annette Brooker, Veronica Brooks, Dione Chisholm, Christopher Comrie, Ingrid Coree, Erin David, Patrick Davis, Britt Doughty, Andrea Eisen, Donna Feore, Julie Garneau, Jason Haney, Marie-Claude Harnois, Karen Harrison, Mindy May Jenkins, Lenita Karhunen, Jordana Lieberman, Emanuel Orlando, Karen Pidgurski, John Rash, Bobby Ravanshenas, David M. Rodriguez, Raquel Rose, Barbara Rosing Hoke, Kevin Michael Schembri, Andrew Sehler, Gerrod Shully, Jonathan Small, Bob Tennent, Matilde Valera, Jason M. Washington, Greg Wood, Greg Ferris, Robert Hollocks, Tammy Maples, Michalla Petersen




Paramount Pictures, M.G. Films, Broadway Video


USA, Canada


English, German, Vietnamese, Swahili





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Short Description

Mean Girls is a 2004 American teen comedy film directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. The film stars Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried (in her film debut), Tim Meadows, Ana Gasteyer, Amy Poehler and Fey. It is based in part on Rosalind Wiseman s 2002 non-fiction self-help book, Queen Bees and Wannabes, which describes female high school social cliques, school bullying, and the damaging effects they can have on students. Fey also drew from her own experience at Upper Darby High School as an inspiration for some of the concepts in the film. The plot centers on a naïve teenage girl navigating her way through the social hierarchy of a modern American high school after years of her parents homeschooling her while conducting research in Africa.

Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels produced the film. Fey, screenwriter and co-star of the film, was a long-term cast member and writer for SNL. Although set in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois, the film was mostly shot in Toronto. Filming took place from September to November 2003. The film marks Lohan s second collaboration with director Waters, the first being Freaky Friday, released a year earlier.

Released on April 30, 2004, the film grossed $130 million worldwide and developed a cult following. Critics praised its direction, screenplay, humor, and performances; especially lauded was Lohan s acting, which earned several accolades including three Teen Choice Awards and three MTV Movie & TV Awards, and in 2021, was listed as the 11th-best performance of the 21st century by The New Yorker. The made-for-television sequel Mean Girls 2 premiered on ABC Family on January 23, 2011. A musical adaptation premiered on Broadway in March 2018.

Box Office Budget

$17,000,000 (estimated)

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