Mean Girls (2004) is heading to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray in the UK

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The original Mean Girls movie is confirmed for a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release in the UK: more on it here.

Heading to over $100m at the global box office, the 2024 take on Mean Girls – the film that’s a musical that wasn’t promoted as such – has been a solid hit for Paramount Pictures. Not bad at all for a film that was originally intended for Paramount+, and got upgraded to a theatrical release.

Still, it’s the original that remains the standout, the 2004 film starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Tina Fey. Mark Waters directed the movie, and it’s – if you’ve not had the pleasure – one of the standout teen movies of its particular decade.

What’s more, it’s also coming to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray for the first time as well, with a new UK release just confirmed.

29th April 2024 is the date that Paramount has given the 4K disc, which in the first instance will be available in a Steelbook collector’s set. You can find more information on it, and order yourself a copy, right here.

The set also comes by the looks of it with a Blu-ray in the box. That, or all the extra features from the impressive previous release are being ported over to the 4K disc. Either way, there’s a fair amount of supplementary material that’s going to be included.

The set is up for release now. Expect the new Mean Girls film to be available on physical media too around the same time, although that’s not been confirmed as of yet.

Finally, the synopsis for the 2004 film reads as follows.

After living in Africa with her zoologist parents, Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) must brave the wilds of high school—where she is taken under the wing of the popular girls, The Plastics, led by the cool and cruel Regina George (Rachel McAdams). What follows is a treasure trove of sharp, witty humor that defined a generation, inspired a hit Broadway musical, and popularized countless catchphrases. Co-Starring and written by Tina Fey, and featuring Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Franzese, and Amy Poehler, Mean Girls is nothing short of a pop culture phenomenon and an iconic classic.

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