Mean Moms, the adaptation of the book that was written as a follow-up to the self-help tome that inspired the 2004 Lindsay Lohan film, has taken a big step forward, as new reports are saying that the Jennifer Aniston-led comedy has found a new director.
May 06, 2015
Jennifer Aniston's Mean Moms Just Took A Big Step Forward
This means that Mean Moms has vacated the ripe May 8th release date for next summer, which it's only competition was to be (gulp) the second weekend of The Avengers: Age Of Ultron. That slot will instead be filled by another female-centric film, the currently untitled Reese Witherspoon-Sofia Vergara comedy that used to be called Don't Mess With Texas.
May 09, 2014
Jennifer Aniston's 'Mean Moms' Ripped Off Summer 2015 Schedule
Like Mean Girls, this film will also center on a family moving into a new town and struggling with the transition. However, rather than focusing on the trials of the teens, Mean Moms will follow the matriarch of this clan. She'll be a wife and mother of two, who must leave her small town niceties behind when confronted with the intense scrutiny and parental peer pressure she experiences in her new and swankier neighborhood.
New Line is working on a sequel to the teen comedy-- kind of. Producers Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot and Jill Messick are teaming up for the film Mean Moms, which won't feature Regina George or girls wearing pink on Wednesday
May 19, 2010
Mean Moms, The Next Generation Of Mean Girls, Get Started At New Line