Rachel McAdams is dishing on one of her most notable jobs!
During an appearance on the Heroes of Health: COVID-19 Stream-a-thon, the 41-year-old entertainer was inquired as to whether she would need to play Regina George in another Mean Girls film.
"It is enjoyable to play Regina George later in her life and see where life took her!" Rachel uncovered. As indicated by a report: Rachel McAdams has had a great deal of critical jobs in her vocation, yet boss among them is without a doubt the notable Regina George from Mean Girls, from whom we were honored with some entirely epic jokes. Despite the fact that Rachel has a great deal of adaptability as an entertainer (her job in The Notebook was likewise famous, and particularly not-Regina-esque) she says that she's to some degree followed by her time as Miss George, and that she's generally perceived for it.
"Does Regina George frequent me consistently? She has that quality," she told the New York Times. "I need to express gratitude toward Regina George for giving me some life span. I'm always thankful to Tina Fey and Mark Waters. I recall when I read [the content for Mean Girls], I summoned my operator right and stated, 'I will have any influence in this, if it's not too much trouble if it's not too much trouble please.' I was toward the start of my vocation, and it was a grand thing out there, that I super, truly needed to do. I'm continually searching for overwhelming characters, which is most likely why I like playing scoundrels. They pull off to such an extent."