Lindsay Lohan and Dennis Quaid are to reunite online to celebrate the anniversary of the release of classic Disney movie The Parent Trap.
Calls for a (proper) Mean Girls sequel just got louder, with star Rachel McAdams now saying she'd be keen to reprise the role of high school queen bee Regina George.
Lindsay Lohan is still very interested in making a Mean Girls sequel, which she hopes will mark her movie “come back.”
Tina Fey's teen comedy classic Mean Girls was turned from a movie into a Broadway stage musical in 2018.
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Joining a chorus of two – the other being fashion designer Donna Karan – Lindsay Lohan has rallied to the defence of Harvey Weinstein.
Lohan has taken to social media to let the powers that be at the studio know that she’s ready, willing and able to step in (or swim in, in this case) as Ariel in the live-action film adaptation of “Little Mermaid” when casting begins. Last summer, reports surfaces that Disney was in talks to make a live-action “Little Mermaid” movie and, shortly thereafter, Lohan pitched herself to the Mouse House via, you guessed it, social media.
Lindsay Lohan may have made fans squeal at the prospect of another ‘Mean Girls’ movie, but it looks like the next story we’ll see will be on the stage. According to The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Mean Girls’ the musical has its world premiere date set for 3 October, 2017, at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. It means the long-awaited musical version of the popular 2004 comedy is closer to completion than we thought. Tina Fey, the writer of the original movie, is teaming up with her composer husband Jeff Richmond for the show, with Nell Benjamin (‘Legally Blonde’) on lyric duties.
Jamie Lee Curtis has spoken out against remarks made by Donald Trump about her ‘Freaky Friday’ co-star Lindsay Lohan. In case you’re having difficulty keeping up with the controversial things said by the billionaire reality TV star and US Republican Presidential candidate (which would be understandable), a recently rediscovered 2004 interview with Trump on the Howard Stern radio show features sexual comments about the actress, who was aged 18 at the time and struggling with well-publicised personal issues. “Can you imagine the sex with this troubled teen?” said Stern.
Jones, who played Principal Ed Rooney – a headmaster who spent an entire day attempting to track down a young pupil playing hookie – got into trouble with the law in 2003 when he was arrested for possession of child pornography. Jones pleaded no contest and had to register as a sex offender as well as serving five years’ probation. Jones still works in Hollywood to this day – catch him in 2014’s disaster movie ‘10.0 Earthquake’ – but was arrested twice in 2010 for failing to update his sex offender status in Florida and then again in California.
Tina Fey, the writer of ‘Mean Girls’, has confirmed that a musical version of the teen comedy is on its way, much to the delight of fans everywhere.
In the the horror movie ‘The Forest’ (in theaters now), Natalie Dormer becomes the latest in a long line of actors who’ve had us seeing double as they play identical twins in a movie. Click through for a mini-history of this time-tested cinematic phenomenon.
Photos: (Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock/Department/Kazden/KeystoneUSA-Zuma/ Everett/Moviestore/Munawar Hosain/MB Pictures) Macaulay Culkin The ‘Home Alone’ star is in the dictionary under ‘suffered from pushy showbiz parents’, thanks to the business dealings of dad Kit who turned the young Mac into the biggest child star in the world. Of course, it proved to be unsustainable and Culkin essentially dropped out of Hollywood, surfacing occasionally to host club nights, be the subject of death hoaxes and get busted for drug possession. Jake Lloyd The man formerly known as Anakin Skywalker has spoken about how his role in ‘The Phantom Menace’ turned his life into a “living hell”, leading him to abandon acting and attempt a civilian life. Edward Furlong Plucked from obscurity by James Cameron to play a young John Connor in ‘Terminator 2: Judgment Day’, Furlong, now 37, has battled serious drug addiction for years, as well as being arrested several times for domestic abuse.