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Lindsay Lohan Axed Out of 'Mean Girls' Video Game Cover

Lindsay Lohan Axed Out of 'Mean Girls' Video Game Cover

Nintendo is releasing a game based on the 2004 movie "Mean Girls" which starred our very own part-time lesbian Lindsay Lohan. However, Lohan was left out of the cover for the video game. But Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert are all on the cover. The game was licensed from Paramount and apparently the use of Lohan's image would have been much too expensive.

Nintendo is releasing a game based on the 2004 movie Mean Girls which starred our very own part-time lesbian Lindsay Lohan.

However, Lohan was left out of the cover for the video game.

Ouch.

But Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert who play Lohan's partners in crime in the movie are all on the cover.

According to E! News, in the game, players "follow the misadventures of Cady from Jingle Bell Rock to the school prom" and face "jocks, art freaks and mathletes" to become prom queen.

The game was licensed from Paramount and apparently the use of Lohan's image would have been much too expensive.

Besides, the game, due out June 1, doesn't actually include the likenesses of Lohan or her cohorts.

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