The Hot Chick is a American teen comedy film about a teenage girl whose body is magically swapped with that of a criminal. The film stars Schneider as the criminal and Rachel McAdams as Jessica, who, together with her cheerleader friends, search for Jessica's body while dealing with awkward social situations. Adam Sandler served as executive producer and has a small role in the film as the Mambuza Bongo Player, a character based on one played by Schneider in a Saturday Night Live sketch. The film begins in an Abyssinian castle in 50 BC, where a princess uses a pair of enchanted earrings to escape an arranged marriage by swapping bodies with a slave girl. When each woman wears one of the earrings, their bodies are magically swapped while their minds remain in place. The rest of the film is set in the modern-day suburban home of Jessica Spencer McAdams , the beautiful but selfish "hot chick" of the film's title.
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