If there's a Mean Girls reunion happening, don't tell Jonathan Bennett.
The actor, who played the object of Lindsay Lohan's desire Aaron Samuels in the cult classic, said the last thing on his mind is a remake of the 2004 film.
At the time of filming, Bennett was one of the lesser known actors in the all star cast featuring Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Tina Fey, but has no interest in returning to his teen heartthrob roots - on film at least.
"I don't give a f***, no," he told Us Weekly in an exclusive interview.
"If anyone asks me one more time if there's going to be a Mean Girls reunion, I'm going to kill someone. No! There's not going to be a Mean Girls reunion! Stop trying to make it happen! It's not going to happen!"
Earlier this year, Lohan said she would love to do an "all grown up" version of the film and McAdams echoed her statements,
However, Seyfried told Entertainment Weekly not to mess with an original.
"No. No, because you can’t f*** with that. You wouldn’t do a sequel to Rosemary’s Baby or any Woody Allen movie. You wouldn’t do a sequel to The Shining. I can’t believe I actually did compare Mean Girls to that - but, in its genre, it really is special."
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