Girls Will Be Girls

Girls Will Be Girls Information

Girls Will Be Girls is a 2003 film directed by Richard Day.

The film spoofs several films with Hollywood as a subject, including Sunset Boulevard, All About Eve, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Mommie Dearest and Valley of the Dolls.

All three of the main characters"?Evie, Coco and Varla"?have existed "on their own" for years prior to the movie. The characters are alter egos of the actors, who created these characters and performed under their drag alter egos for several years. The movie places all three in a narrative situation together.


Evie Harris (Jack Plotnick) is a washed-up, alcoholic, aging C-List actress (star of kinetoscope, stage, television, and film in such works as the TV special "Christmas Evie," vaudeville-era appearances promoting 'Dr. Vim's Miracle Elixir,' "Court TV: Celebrities Who Kill," Tabitha (TV series) and the sad '70s disaster epic Asteroid [tagline: 'Earth Might Get Crushed!']). She lives in a tackily out-of-style bungalow with Coco (Clinton Leupp), a homely, lonely, doormat of a spinster who carries a torch for the handsome young doctor who performed her abortion years ago.

Evie's life is turned upside-down by the arrival of a new roommate, Varla Simonds (Jeffery Roberson), the voracious, starry-eyed daughter of Evie's rival, late actress Marla Simonds (whose claims to fame included playing Chesty on "Fill Her Up," the short-lived but widely acclaimed spinoff of "C.P.O. Sharkey," and almost being cast as the lead in "Asteroid" before Evie captured that "breakout" role). Evie acts very competitive around Varla, especially as she recognizes the growing chemistry between the young up-and-comer and her sweet, handsome and microscopically endowed son and "ambulance chasing" lawyer, Stevie (Ron Mathews). When Varla snags a plum starring role in commercials for "Bizzy Gal dinners," tensions and jealousies amongst the three women reach a boiling point and treachery soon rears its ugly head.


Awards and nominations

The three leads shared the Best Actor Grand Jury Award at Outfest 2003 and "Best Actress" honors at the 2003 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.

DVD release

Girls Will Be Girls was released on Region 1 DVD on March 16, 2004.

Internet series

An online spin-off series starring Plotnick, Leupp, and Roberson appeared on YouTube on December 6, 2007, starting with the holiday sketch, "Christmas Evie," featuring Tom Lenk.

The first official episode of the internet shorts, "The Jizz Party" premiered on December 21, 2007. The series continues the story of the three women after the events of the film. Coco has divorced her husband and moved back in with Evie, and is going through life as a single mother. Early in the series, Varla is experiencing a backlash of fame: she is being stalked by someone she considers undesirable.


  • The Jizz Party (December 21, 2007) - featuring Jay Johnson
  • Delivering Coco Part I (February 5, 2008) - featuring Scott Thompson as Coco's mother
  • Delivering Coco Part II (March 14, 2008) - featuring Scott Thompson as Coco's mother
  • Girl Stalk Part I (March 27, 2008)
  • Girl Stalk, Part II (June 2, 2008) - noted as being the season finale
"Girl Stalk" was re-edited and featured on YouTube in 6 smaller parts; however, there is no additional content.


A sequel for 2012 has been produced. Funding was raised via Kickstarter. There were various perks that came from the sum donated. A Tumblr page has been created documenting the current progress of the sequel. No release has been announced.

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