Jennifer Aniston to star in 'spiritual sequel' to Mean Girls
Jennifer Aniston is close to signing up to star in Mean Mums, which is being described as a "spiritual sequel" to iconic comedy Mean Girls.
According to Deadline, Aniston will re-team with Horrible Bosses director Sean Anders for the comedy, which has a script written by Anders and We're The Millers writer John Morris.
Mean Mums is based on a series of advice books written by Rosalind Wiseman, which also provided the inspiration for Mean Girls.
The new movie will follow a happily married mother of two whose life is turned upside down when she moves from small-town America to the high–class suburbs and is confronted by the cutthroat world of competitive parenting.
Aniston will next be seen in She's Funny That Way, a new comedy where she stars alongside Imogen Poots, Owen Wilson and Joanna Lumley. It will be released into cinemas this summer. You can watch the trailer below: