Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Cameron Diaz to Star in ‘Mean Moms,’ Say Internet Reports

By Marie delos Santos | 2 years ago
Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Cameron Diaz to Star in ‘Mean Moms,’ Say Internet Reports

Move over, Mean Girls! The Mean Moms are here to take the stage and they’re all set to compete against each other in the world of parenting. Will Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Cameron Diaz star in New Line’s “Mean Moms?” Read on to learn more about this scoop.

“Mean Girls” became famous for a reason and it’s no wonder how people are anticipating for its return in the form of competitive moms. A fake poster for the movie “Mean Moms” surfaced on the Internet, which features Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock in it.


“Mean Girls” and The Plastics fans went wild in growing anticipation for the sequel to the 2011 hit movie. Hayley Orrantia from “The Goldbergs” tweeted: “I NEED THIS TO BE REAL! #MeanMoms.” Another user named @Hannieeejane4 tweeted: “IF THIS IS A REAL THING, I’LL DIE. MY 3 FAVORITE ACTRESSES IN A SEQUEL TO ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES #MeanMoms.”

While most fans are excited to see three of Hollywood’s best actresses in one film, Variety has refuted the rumors and said that the fake poster only got one star right – Jennifer Aniston.

According to the outlet, New Line Cinema has already confirmed that Aniston will star in the “Mean Girls” sequel while Bullock and Diaz are merely “figments of the Internet’s imagination.”

Aww, sorry to break the news, girls!

New Line Cinema has yet to announce the other actors and actresses to star in “Mean Moms.” According to the outlet, the sequel to the movie will revolve around the story of a “happily married mother who moves from small-town America to the high suburbs, where she faces the cutthroat world of competitive parenting.”

The movie is based on Rosalind Wiseman’s book, “Queen Bee Moms & Kingpin Dads: Dealing with the Parents, Teachers, Coaches and Counselors Who Can Make – or Break – Your Child’s Future.” Wiseman also wrote the novel where the hit movie, “Mean Girls” was based from.

Sean Anders and John Morris will be rewriting the film, while TV director Beth McCarthy-Miller was tapped to direct the film, but New Line is still looking for a director.

Stay tuned on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates.

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