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To commemorate the sacred third day of October, also known as the day Aaron (Jonathan Bennett) asked Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) what day it was in the beloved 2004 teen comedy, Paramount has debuted the full movie on the social media site.
Additionally, fans can participate in a TikTok Live watch party of the movie on the studio's official page, beginning Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Oct. 3 celebrations have ramped up this year in particular, ahead of the upcoming release of the Mean Girls movie musical in January. The film, adapted from writer Tina Fey's 2018 Broadway adaptation of the film, features a new cast including Angourie Rice taking over for Lohan as Cady, a teenager who transfers to a new high school and, after befriending a duo of local outcasts (Auliʻi Cravalho and Jaquel Spivey in the new version), hatches a plot to take down a group of popular queen bees (Reneé Rapp, Bebe Wood, and Avantika Vandanapu).
Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried portrayed the titular trio in the first iteration of the story, which went on to become a modern classic after grossing $130 million at the global box office upon its initial release.
CBS via Getty Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, and Rachel McAdams in 'Mean Girls'
Though Fey and Tim Meadows will reprise their roles as high school staff members in the 2024 movie, there's no word yet on whether Lohan, McAdams, Seyfriend, and Chabert will appear in the project.
"I don't see a way to shoehorn us in," McAdams told Bustle in April, adding that "if Tina can figure it out, I'm there, for sure."
Mean Girls debuts Jan. 12 in theaters.
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