'Mean Girls' Leave Lindsay Lohan Off Video Game Cover
Lindsay Lohan's new party girl image, may have caused her to be left off of the cover of the upcoming Nintendo DS Mean Girls game. Lindsay was the star of the hit 2004 film, and the cover features Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried, making her curious absence all the more interesting.
The three actresses featured on the cover, who played the trio of super-popular girls known as "the plastics," did have a vital role in the film; however, the movie follows the life of a new student named Cady Heron, who Lindsay so famously played.
According to a description of the game found on GameStop.com, via PopEater, Mean Girls will "follow the misadventures of Cady from Jingle Bell Rock to the School Prom."
Has Lindsay been left off because of her reputation as a Hollywood party girl? Do marketers view her as bad role model for teenage girls?
Wonder if she will sue the video game marketer as she did Etrade?
Let the games begin!