What the Mean Girls Cast Is Doing Today
Rachel McAdams has also had a well-rounded career since playing the Queen Bee. The same year “Mean Girls” came out, she played Allie in the romantic movie “The Notebook,” another film that continues to thrive in popular culture. Soon after, she was in another hit comedy, “Wedding Crashers”.
The leading roles have not ceased since. She has appeared in box office hits of all genres, including “The Family Stone”, “The Time Traveler’s Wife”, “Sherlock Holmes”, “Midnight in Paris”, “Spotlight” and “Doctor Strange” from Marvel.
In 2015, she played hardened detective Ani Bezzides in season 3 of HBO’s “True Detective”, alongside Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch.
In 2016, McAdams received a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Oscar nomination for his performance in “Spotlight”. In 2020, she sang alongside Will Ferrell in the heartwarming comedy “Eurovision Song Contest,” and Good Housekeeping reports that at least some of the voices used were her own.
The Toronto native can then be seen in the upcoming MCU episode, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” and rumors of a “Wedding Crashers” sequel have fans calling for her return.