"Of course I would want to be a part of it; I would be an idiot not to join," she expressed when asked if she would do a potential revamp. "But to me it feels like Mean Girls had a really good beginning, middle and end. I don’t know what’s left of the story."
"I am so on board with this return of Lindsay Lohan. I’m just pumped," declared the mom-of-one. "She was such an incredible talent when she was working as a kid and a young adult so I’m happy to see that she’s coming back."
Unlike the Parent Trap actress, 36, Caplan had an average childhood away from the spotlight, and maintaining a sense of privacy is something that's become a top priority in her life. To do so, she steers clear of all social media.
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The Los Angeles native noted that "around 2016," she felt pressured to have a "social media presence" since it helped some of her colleagues gain popularity, but Caplan refused to give in.
"I managed to avoid it and I still am happy that I did. I do think that it makes the job more difficult," she explained. "The more people know you and have opinions about you as a person, the harder it is for you to be believable as you disappear into a role."
"It’s made everything worse in the world and everybody more unhappy generally. I think it’s making us all much more inward-glancing and insular," she reasoned of platforms such as Instagram. "I never liked it here’s a part of me that thinks I’m going to be proven right or everybody just decides that they need to delete their social media. So, we’ll see."