Meet Plastic, Arturo Perez Jr. and Samantha Jane.
Paramount has hired married filmmakers to direct the adaptation of “Average Girls: The Musical.” The upcoming version is not a remake of Tina Faye’s 200 Modern Cult Classics-the final high school students who have no boundaries বরং but a cinematic adaptation of the song-and-dance version that opens on Broadway in 2018.
Paramount Players, the studio division that is developing the film, kept the exact logline secret, although the stage version was faithful to the original source material. The cast is not yet set. However, Fei, who wrote the screenplay and turned it into a song, was told earlier Diversity The original Broadway actors – Erica Henningsen, Taylor Louderman and Ashley Park – will not republish their roles on screen. The first film starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Sephrid as the main characters, who call themselves plastic.
“I think our Broadway actors are probably too [laughs] Old man, “he said.” It’s been four years since they did it on Broadway.
After nearly two years on Broadway, “Min Girls” played its final performance on March 11 হয়েছিল the day before, the venues were forced to close to prevent the spread of Covid-1 of. Although Broadway is slowly starting to return, the “average girls” are not returning to the Great White Way. Before the final bow, “Mean Girls” grossed $ 124 million at the Broadway box office, making it one of the rarest shows to recover its investment. It received nine Tony Award nominations, including Node for Best Music and Score.
“Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels, who supported the original film and the Broadway adaptation, is making music for the upcoming film with Fake. Fei writes the script, which features music by her husband Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin. Erin David, Caroline Maroni and Mika Frank are overseeing the Broadway video and Eric Gurian for Little Stranger.
Perez and Jane, whose partnerships cover films, music videos and television, have recently collaborated on the “Quarter Life Poetry” series. They are repeated by UTA and Annie Lee and Daniel Pasman Gang, Tire, Rammer, Brown and Pasman.
Deadline Hollywood first broke the news of Perez and Jane’s appointment.