Seriously. If you remember, back in March Paramount movie studios announced they were getting into the gaming business. Today, they've announced their first three titles. To be developed in conjunction with Legacy Interactive, the first three games (all adaptations of films, obviously) will be...yes, Mean Girls, Clueless and Pretty in Pink. No word on target platforms or anything of the sort, but Legacy are in the business of cheap, disposable/casual titles, so anyone hoping for a sprawling, 100+ hour adventure based on the busy social life of Cher Horowitz will most likely be sorely disappointed.
@KingKevin: Shanking photographers to death with an ice pick while dressed as a pizza delivery boy?
Hmmm, I like it. Give the hammer finishing moves that change based on how clothed the protagonist is, and we've got a winner.
On the other hand, give us a good Samurai Champloo game. Sidetracked had half-decent character models and played like poo. Stinky, sinky poo.
Ooh give it to the guys who made Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm! Beyond being gorgeous, that demo's actually pretty good fun.