Lacey Chabert is weighing in on the prospect of a Mean Girls sequel.
With co-star Lindsay Lohan continuing to push for a follow-up to the 2004 hit, Chabert revealed what it would take to get her to sign on to another movie and whether she has talked to Lohan about the prospect.
“I haven’t spoken with her in forever,” Chabert told ET’s Katie Krause at Hallmark Channel's Television Critics Association red carpet in Pasadena, California, on Saturday. “That was such a fun movie to be a part of. I hope I get to see the musical when it comes out, it looks amazing. Obviously, it was a fun character to play and something amazing to be a part of so, of course I would be interested if they were going to do another, but I don't know.”
“If everyone was involved and Tina [Fey] wrote it and Mark [Waters] directed it and all the ladies came back, I'd be interested, absolutely,” the former Party of Five star added.
While she hasn’t caught up with Lohan recently, Chabert shared how she still sees the film’s writer, Fey.
“I do, from time to time,” she said. “She’s amazing. I actually did a pilot with her a couple of years ago that unfortunately wasn't picked up, but it was so nice to see her again and she's just such an amazing, talented women. I truly consider myself fortunate to have worked with her.”
Last June, Lohan tweeted how her birthday wish was to have actress Emma Stone join her in making a sequel.
She then told ET she was “trying” to get the film rolling, during an interview in New York City in December.
"I'm here in New York, so Tina Fey better be hiding or I'm going to find her and Lorne Michaels. I know where his desk is," she said.
A musical version of the film debuts on Broadway in March.
Meanwhile, Chabert flew out to South Africa on Sunday to film a new movie for the Hallmark Channel.
Having welcomed her first child, Julia Mimi Bella, in September 2016, Chabert admits it can be hard to leave her family for such shoots.
“She’s the most important thing in my life, but I want to set the example for her that Mom still continued to be who she was and follow her dreams as well,” Chabert said. "And what I do [is] good for her -- good for me is good for her. It’s good for my family and it's a different story now that I'm a mom.”
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