- Film & TV
- 25 May 21
The film will mark Lohan's return to the big screen since 2019's 'Among the Shadows'.
Lindsay Lohan is set to make her comeback to acting next Christmas with Netflix.
The streaming platform made the announcement on Twitter yesterday, giving details about Lohan's forthcoming role.
The former child actress is set to play "a newly engaged and spoiled hotel heiress who finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner and his precocious daughter after getting total amnesia in a skiing accident," they said.
The film will be directed and written by Janeen Damian and co-written by her husband Michael Damian, Jeff Bonnett and Ron Oliver. Production is set to start this November.
The title of the film and the rest of the cast are yet to be announced.
The former child actress shot to stardom in the early '00s in The Parent Trap, followed by Freaky Friday and the cult-classic Mean Girls.
In recent years, the 34-year-old star has been living outside of the US, most recently in Dubai (UAE).
She told David Spade in 2020 that she hasn't been to Los Angeles in over ten years, citing that “I think the paparazzi definitely scared me a lot...but I haven’t had any real reasons to be there.”
In 2019, Lohan starred in her own MTV reality show Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club to promote her latest entertainment venture in Mykonos.