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You go, Glen Coco Daniel Franzese.

The actor who’s best known for playing Damian in Mean Girls publicly came out this week. Franzese did so by publishing a letter on Indiewire addressed to his Mean Girls alter ego.

In the letter, Daniel talks about being terrified to accept the role of Damian for fear of being typecast. He reveals that he remained celibate and closeted for a year and a half after the film hit theaters. “I even brought a girl to the ‘Mean Girls’ premiere and kissed her on the red carpet, making her my unwitting beard,” he writes.

Ten years later, he’s embraced his breakout role, acknowledging the character has become a role model for him. With that being said, don’t ever tell him he’s too gay too function. Only Janis Ian can do that ;) Check out an excerpt of the letter below.

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The only thing missing from this mini-reunion is Janis Ian. Someone forgot to give Lizzy Caplan a call. Maybe she was too busy showing off her lesssssssbian paintings at an art show.

On Wednesday, Lindsay Lohan and Daniel Franzese meet up in New York City to reminisce and catch up. Daniel who? You may not know his real name but you’re definitely familiar with his Mean Girls alter ego. He was Lohan’s too-gay-too-function BFF Damian in the seminal teen flick. I wonder if the two met up specifically because Mean Girls is celebrating its tenth anniversary of release this year.

Whatever the reason, seeing a pic of the two of them together makes me yearn for a full-out reunion of The Plastics and all their minions. Check out the Instagram picture Lohan took of them together below. She included the following caption, “@whatsupdanny #soquiche #werknyc ♥”

check out the adorable pic after the jump

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Based on the amount of videos out there, it’s clear plenty of people love cats. Using that same logic, the same can be said for the seminal high school flick, Mean Girls. Imagine the magic that happens when you put them together. You get this amusing parody using adorable felines in lieu of Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert.

Catty just moved, and she has to quickly learn how to survive in her new jungle- high school. The clip hilariously substitutes iconic lines from the movie with cat-inspired dialogue. For instance, one time Grumpy Cat told Regina George she was pretty. Another time, Regina slapped someone with her paw and it was… awesome! Did you also know her favorite movie was Air Bud? LOL. Check out other gems below.

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Can you believe it’s been a decade since Mean Girls hit theaters? The high school classic marks its tenth anniversary this year. Can you imagine a world without Tina Fey’s bitchy and quotable dialogue? One person I know who definitely can’t is Todrick Hall. He’s back with another parody of the Lindsay Lohan film. This time, he takes it out the hood and to West Hollywood. Regina George has nothing on these bitchy queens.

Hall plays Reggie George, the queen bee of the Ken Dollz aka the gay Plastics. The sun shines on them while everyone else is in their shadow. Popular underwear model Colby Melvin tackles transfer student Cody Heron. Melvin’s real life lover, Brandon Brown, makes a cameo. My favorite of the bunch though is Fetch’in Weiners whose dad invented Grindr. LOL. Kory DeSoto and Willam Belli also appear as Kameron Smith and Ms. Norbury respectively. In lieu of the “Burn Book,” there’s a “Shade Book.” The shade of it all ;)

Check out the parody below. While not as brilliant as Hall’s “Mean Gurlz” clip, it’s still pretty hilarious. My biggest complaint about his latest is the amount of make-up caked on the cast. It’s kinda distracting. Less is more, especially in this case.

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Adam’ Gay Indie Review: G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend)

In: Adam, Movies
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If you can find this movie, I don’t care if you have to buy, rent, steal, torrent or what: do it. This movie is an instant gay cult must-see. Is it as outrageous as Drop Dead Gorgeous? No. Is it as infinitely quotable and lasting as Mean Girls? Not quite. Is it modern, relevant and funny as hell? Absolutely-fisting-lutely.

GBF looks at the current trend among girls to have the latest and greatest “it item”… a Gay Best Friend. The film is filled with new and upcoming actors who put a fresh face on the indie film scene and attempt to promote and trend the idea that anyone who’s anyone wants and needs that iconic gay friend. The three biggest queens from high school fight over control of the friendship of the town’s newest gay and comedy ensues. Admittedly, the premise is more fun than earth-shattering, however the script does take on a lot of real issues and in a simultaneously hilarious and informative way. Looking at coming at in high school, being seen strictly as being defined by our sexuality alone and of course the ever-present issues of bullying and acceptance, GBF does a great job of appealing to both youth and adults with this lighthearted movie about being gay in today’s world.

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It’s October 3rd, Happy Mean Girls Day!!!

In: Donovan, Music

I’m not sure if an actual Mean Girls day exists, but if there was, today would be it. If you’ve seen the film as many times as most gays have, you know October 3 is the day Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett) asked Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) what date it was. It’s one of the memorable lines from the extremely quotable comedy.

Check out the scene below to refresh your memory. And as an aside, don’t you think Aaron Samuels, in fact, does look better with his hair pushed back? I’m definitely watching Mean Girls for the umpteenth time on my flight back home this weekend. Also, if you missed Todrick Hall’s hilarious parody Mean Gurlz, you have to watch it. You won’t regret it.

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WOW. I’m simply speechless, which is something I can’t say about Christopher Sosa, an intern for NextMovie. Talk about a Mean Girls fan. I thought I knew the movie well. This fan boy puts me to shame. He gives Gaymien a run for his money as too gay to function. Dude recites the entire flick in under 30 minutes. Impressive or sad? You decide.

I wonder exactly how many times he saw the Lindsay Lohan film. In case you didn’t catch this clip, nor have the time to watch it, from earlier this week, here’s your chance now.

watch the clip after the jump

I can’t with this. What I am about to post could very well one of the best YouTube clips that has ever been created.

We all know Mean Girls starring out favorite mess Lindsay (when she had a career), Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert & Karen, well someone has decided to do an updated Compton version and the result is pretty much youtube gold. In this version Cady Heron is from Korea when she transfers to a Compton high school. There she meets Janice and “Gaymian” played by Glee‘s Alex Newell, sees all the different cliques including the Black Barbies. All your favourite lines are in there but updated “You can’t twerk with us” “There is this one boy in my Ebonics class” and so one. I’m on my 5th time watching this in about an hour. The Halloween scene made me fall out of my chair.

Seriously you all need to take 5 minutes out of your day and watch this masterpiece. #splitsontress

watch the clip below

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