Jennifer Aniston is looking to team up with her “Horrible Bosses 2” director Sean Anders to star in the upcoming comedy movie “Mean Moms”.
“Mean Moms” is based on an advice book written by Rosalind Wiseman, the same woman who wrote the book that inspired “Mean Girls”.
“Mean Moms” basically takes place in a world that’s a grown-up version of “Mean Girls”, with both movies featuring a woman who moves in from the outside into an ultra competitive female clique.
The basic premise is that a happily married mother moves from small-town America to upper-class suburbs with her two children, and gets a mean shock when she gets thrown into the world of competitive parenting.
It’s not clear yet which role Jennifer Aniston will be playing, as the movie is still in its early stages of development, and Aniston’s representation is still hesitant to lock her into the movie deal for “Mean Moms” as they are considering other options.
The last draft of the movie was co-written by both the director and John Morris, who was Anders’ writing partner on previous movies featuring Jennifer Aniston, including “We’re the Millers” and “Horrible Bosses 2”.