Reneé Rapp discusses writing Mean Girls' new opening song in a digital release featurette. 

Mean Girls is now available on digital platforms and includes supplementary information detailing the film's production. 

The film is both a remake of the 2004 blockbuster starring Lindsay Lohan and an adaption of the stage musical 

which debuted in 2017 before moving to Broadway the following year.  

Tina Fey, the original film writer and 30 Rock star, wrote the screenplay for the 2024 film, which stars Angourie Rice, Reneé Rapp, Auli'i Cravalho, and others. 

Screen Rant is happy to share a behind-the-scenes footage from Mean Girls' digital home release as part of its ongoing coverage of the film. 

The tape has Rapp describing her work on the movie's opening song "What Ifs,"  

which is a nice compliment to Screen Rant's Tiny Fey interview, in which Fey discusses the choice to modify the film's opening song from its Broadway beginnings. 

The featurette is one of several pieces of supplementary content included with the digital download. 

Tiny Fey commended Reneé Rapp's Regina George for her ability to bring many aspects of the character to life, 

but Rapp's performance in Mean Girls also makes full use of her pop prowess. 

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