A “Mean Girls” sequel might be closer than we think. Two stars of the original film have confirmed interest in reprising their roles for the big screen.

Rachel McAdams becomes the latest former cast member to weigh in. On Saturday’s “Heroes of Health: COVID-19 Stream-a-thon,” a livestream to benefit the London Health Sciences Foundation in Canada, McAdams was asked if she’d ever be interested in playing Regina George again, Entertainment Weekly reported.

"It would be fun to play Regina George later in her life and see where life took her!" McAdams responded during the charity event.

Entertainment Tonight Canada reported that the 41-year-old Canadian also donated $10,000 to the LHSF to support workers on the frontline tackling COVID-19.

McAdams was 25 when she played the iconic high school queen bee in 2004. Her time as Regina George helped launch McAdams into other iconic roles like “The Notebook,” “The Vow” and her 2016 Oscar nomination for “Spotlight.”

In the nearly 16 years since the “Mean Girls” debut, McAdams would like some form of closure. She told E! News in 2016 that she "loved that movie."

"We got to have a reunion at a photoshoot a couple of years ago and it wasn't enough," she said.

McAdams isn’t the only one who feels this way. Cady Heron herself, Lindsay Lohan, said recently that the film’s sequel is something she’s “been hanging onto for a really long time.”

“I kind of wanted to come back with a ‘Mean Girls 2,’" she said. “But that’s all in their hands, really.”

READ: Will Lindsay Lohan Return To Movies? Actress Talks Possibility Of ‘Mean Girls 2’

However, all of this may only be wishful thinking unless Tina Fey, the original movie’s creator, agrees to sign back on. Fey told Entertainment Tonight in 2018 that the budget for a sequel might be too high.

“Their quotes are all too high now,” Fey said. “They're all Oscar nominees."

However, if someone were to “write it up” maybe’s there’s a chance Fey would hop on board.

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A promotional photo for 2004's "Mean Girls." From left: Lacey Chabert, Rachel McAdams, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried. Paramount Pictures