Who knew that when "Mean Girls" made its debut in 2004 the impact it would have worldwide on teens, their parents and those who just love a good chuckle? The screenplay was written by Tina Fey and was based in part on Rosalind Wiseman's non-fiction book "Queen Bees and Wannabes." Every school has a pack of girls who believe their way is the best and dissuade outsiders from attempting to break into their cliques. As in many John Hughes films, the film has a female protagonist who in the end is the one person who can unite the un-uniteable. Today, the film continues to be a favorite of tween and teen girls, who can relate to its underlying message about being yourself. This film was a goldmine of talent, with many of its stars finding huge success. Ever wonder whatever happened to the cast of this fabulous movie? Here's your chance to find out!