'Mean Girls' Musical Movie to Feature 'Reinvented' Songs for Younger Audience

Composer Jeff Richmond will make the score of the big-screen adaptation of 'Mean Girls' musical sound like something from Spotify to attract wider audience.

AceShowbiz - Jeff Richmond and Tina Fey are keen to give the "Mean Girls" musical movie a "fresher palette." The pair are turning their musical into a movie and composer Jeff revealed his hopes that the songs will attract a wider audience.

"Right now, the day-to-day is more about the movie adaptation that we're working on. We're super involved with that. What we're trying to do [with the movie] is take the score that sounds like a Broadway score - in a good way - and [give] the movie a fresher palette," he explained to The Hollywood Reporter.

"To make it sound more like stuff you want to listen to on Spotify, as opposed to when you're sitting eighth row at a Broadway show or the Pantages. It's kind of making it a fresher, younger take on the whole thing. We're kind of reinvented the music for the movie, so it's really fun."

Lorne Michaels is producing the movie for Paramount Pictures, with Tina penning the script and Jeff and lyricist Nell Benjamin working on the music. Angourie Rice, Auli'i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey, and Renee Rapp will star, with Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr. directing.

And Jeff revealed he and wife Tina love working together. He said, "We know when to get out of each other's way when we're working together. Like who's taking this part? Who's doing that? Who needs to push harder on getting the script done for this? We're just around each other all the time. Same office, all the time. She's a hilariously fun person to be around."

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