"Mean Girls" officially makes its way to Broadway in April with co-writer Tina Fey, so of course the stage project is fueling speculation over a potential big screen sequel of the 2004 comedy.
"The reason this movie did so well is because of the fans and I feel like they want it so badly that I would love to do a sequel with everyone, especially with Lindsay. You know, I'd love to work with Lindsay on something soon," Bennett told TooFab exclusively Wednesday night at the Rooftop Cinema Club screening in Hollywood.
Although it's been over 13 years since the film became a pop culture phenom and put "fetch" into the zeitgeist, Bennett said the aged cast could actually open the door to several script possibilities. The actor joked that his smarty looking "Spectacles Las Vegas Eyewear" would be perfect for playing a post-grad school Aaron who's studying for his doctorate degree.
"I think, well obviously, my character would probably still be in college," he said. "I think my character would be the Van Wilder of Aaron Samuels. He would just be the perpetual college student. You know, it could be 10 years later. Maybe I'm just trying to get my doctorate."
TooFab put Bennett and screening attendees on the hot seat with our official "TooFab Burn Book: Pop Culture Edition" when we asked them what they would write in the "burn book" about each respective star.
Bennett confessed that co-star Rachel McAdams who played the iconic Regina George has "the softest lips I have ever kissed in my life to this date," and surprisingly he revealed to TooFab that he hasn't seen Amanda Seyfried in 10 years but that Lacey Chabert is his "other half."