7 May – "Horrible Bosses 2" star Jennifer Aniston and helmer Sean Anders may be reuniting for yet another comedy, "Mean Moms".
Anders has been tapped by New Line Cinema to direct the movie, Deadline reports, and Aniston is being eyed to star in it.
The movie is dubbed the "spiritual sequel" to 2004's "Mean Girls" – a sequel in the sense that it is adapted from the book "Queen Bee Moms And King Pin Dads" written by the same author, Rosalind Wiseman, whose "Queen Bees And Wannabes" was the book "Mean Girls" was based on.
It is unclear whether Aniston will be playing a "nice" role, ala Lindsay Lohan's Cady Heron character, or a "mean" role, ala Rachel McAdams' Regina George.
It is confirmed, however, that the original stars Lohan, McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert will not be returning for it. Neither will comedienne Tina Fey be penning the script this time around as Anders himself has tackled the task together with John Morris, who he has worked with on other movies such as "We're the Millers", "Dumb and Dumber To" and "Horrible Bosses 2".
"Mean Moms" follows a happily married mother of two who finds herself thrown into the competitive world of parenting after moving to the high-class suburbs.
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