Heavy Girls. Tina Fey was inspired by a book to create the movie

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One of the most famous movies of the 2000s is Heavy Girlsstarring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. Despite the production being released in 2004, many still remember the story and to the characters that were part of it. And the one in charge of creating this production was the actress Tina Fey, who also worked on the tape.

Many surely remember the iconic scene where Aaron Samuels, a character played by Jonathan Bennett, asks Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) what day it was, so the protagonist responds October 3, in addition to others that are now part of popular culture.

Thanks to Tina Fey, who plays teacher Sharon Norbury in the movie, We would have missed one of the funniest productions and that almost 20 years after its premiere continue to cause a sensation.

In addition to acting in Heavy Girls, Tina Fey was in charge of writing the script, which is based on the book “Queen Bees and Wannabes” by Rosalind Wiseman. This book was published in 2002 and is focused on the behavior patterns of adolescents and the groups they form in school, who can become abusive or even bulliyng other teenagers.

After the success at the box office, Tina Fey worked for several years adapting the film to a musical that was released at the National Theater in Washington in 2017 a year later it hit Broadway. The Music for the play was created by Jeff Richmond and song lyrics by Nell Benjamin.

Now, Tina Fey is looking to adapt the musical into a movie lwhich would be produced by Paramount Pictures, he assured Variety.

Without a doubt, this version would make it very different from the original film since now it would have music, choreography and probably other actors who play the characters of Heavy Girls, however, all for now are plans and nothing is confirmed.