We got our first real look at the upcoming Mean Girls movie musical earlier this month, but with one caveat—the trailer featured no singing, and seemed to avoid revealing that it's a musical at all. But never fear. A new trailer has dropped, along with a first listen to Renée Rapp singing as Regina George. Watch the new trailer above.
Once slated to stream on Paramount+, it was announced in September that the film will hit movie theatres beginning January 12, 2024.
Adapted from the 2018 Broadway musical, the film is set to feature a host of stage and screen favorites in the cast, including Broadway's Renée Rapp, reprising her stage performance as queen bee Regina George; Mean Girls original cast member Ashley Park as Madam Park; Broadway alum and Tony nominee Jaquel Spivey (A Strange Loop) as Damian; Auli'i Cravalho (Moana, Little Mermaid Live) as Janis; Angourie Rice (Spider-Man: Homecoming) as Cady Heron; Avantika (Senior Year) as the ditzy Karen; Bebe Wood (Love, Victor) as toaster strudel heiress Gretchen; Christopher Briney (The Summer I Turned Pretty) as Regina's boyfriend Aaron Samuels; Girls5Eva star Busy Philipps as Mrs. George; The Office's Jenna Fischer as Ms. Heron; Mean Girls stage and screen writer Tina Fey as Ms. Norbury; SNL alum Tim Meadows as Principal Duval; Mad Men star Jon Hamm as Coach Carr; Mahi Alam (American Born Chinese) as Kevin Ganatra; and Connor Ratliff (Search Party) as a new teacher character, Mr. Rapp.
The movie reportedly filmed in New Jersey earlier this year.
Tina Fey penned the new film's screenplay after writing the 2004 original and the stage musical's book. The score features music by Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde). Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez, Jr. co-direct the project, with choreography by Kyle Hanagami.
Take a look at images from the film below.