Netflix has revealed the second installment of its two-picture deal with Lindsay Lohan, announcing on Thursday the actress will star in the romantic comedy “Irish Wish.”
In the film, Lohan will play Maddie, a bridesmaid attending a wedding in Ireland between her best friend and… the love of her life. After a wish gone awry, Maddie wakes up in a world where she become the betrothed, only to discover that reality isn’t one she really wants.
“Irish Wish” will be the second Netflix-set romantic comedy to star Lohan. The first is “Falling for Christmas,” which is set to debut on the streaming service on Nov. 10. The holiday meet-cute features Lohan as a newly engaged heiress who takes a tumble while skiing and wakes up with a case of amnesia.
“Falling for Christmas” director Janeen Damian is reuniting with Lohan for “Irish Kiss,” which the filmmaker will helm and co-write. Kirsten Hansen, Ron Oliver and Michael Damian also serve as writers. The romantic comedy is produced by Brad Krevoy for MPCA and Michael Damian for Riviera Films. Amanda Phillips, Kirsten Hansen, Jimmy Townsend and Vince Balanzo serve as executive producers.
Lohan launched to stardom as a child actor in the late 1990s and remained a dominant force through the 2000s. She took a step back from the spotlight in the early 2010s, appearing mostly in smaller films before moving abroad to open beach properties.
During CNN’s New Year’s Eve special in 2019, Lohan appeared alongside Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen and shared her desire to “get back the life that I worked so hard for and [share] it with my family and you guys.”
Lohan is repped by APA, Vision PR, and Brecheen, Feldman, Breimer, Silver & Thompson.
HL spoke to friends close to Lindsay Lohan who revealed that she’s ‘ready to start a family’ with her husband Bader Shammas.
First comes love, then comes marriage then comes … a baby for Lilo! Lindsay Lohan, 36, has been married to her husband Bader Shammas, 34, for almost two months and friends of the Mean Girls actress told HollywoodLIfe EXCLUSIVELY that they are ready to have a child! “Lindsay and Bader have obviously talked about starting a family and it is something that they both want,” one pal told us.
As fans know, Lindsay took some time away from the spotlight to focus on herself and her well-being. The time off was clearly great for her, as she now looks happier and healthier than ever. “Lindsay is finally at a place in her life where she can raise a baby. She wanted a baby before she had met Bader and she has talked openly about wanting to adopt,” the source said. “Lindsay has so much love to give, but right now, that isn’t her top priority. She is focused on her career and enjoying life with the love of her life.”
On July 30, Lindsay stepped out looking fabulous with her mother Dina Lohan, 59, as well as two of her siblings, Ali, 28, and Cody, 26. Noticeably missing from the family outing was Lindsay’s other brother, Michael, 34, who recently had a baby of his own with his wife Nina Ginsberg, who he married in 2017 after 10 years of dating. Although Lindsay and Bader’s baby would not be the first grandbaby for Dina, the source told us that Dina “can’t wait for Lindsay to have kids.”
“Dina wants a little Lindsay running around. Dina adores being a grandma, she spoils Michael’s daughter like crazy, but that hasn’t stopped her from pushing Lindsay to get going on giving her more,” the second source said, adding, “Dina is so happy that Lindsay has found such a great husband and has such a solid healthy relationship. She’s seen her through all the ups and downs of past relationships so it’s truly the biggest relief in the world that she’s finally found her perfect match.”
I’ve managed to add 2,145 HQ photos of public events that Lindsay has attended in 2007. Most them include her promotion of Georgia Rule that year. Enjoy the additions to the gallery.
In this edition of Life in Looks, Lindsay Lohan walks Vogue through her personal style over the years. From gracing the “Parent Trap” red carpet in a lovely Nicole Miller dress to her iconic fashion moments from “Freaky Friday” and “Mean Girls,” watch and hear Lindsay’s backstories behind some of the most famous looks from the 2000s.
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Back during lock-down, Katie Couric and Nancy Meyers got the cast of the The Parent Trap to have a mini reunion and I’ve managed to add several caps from the event.
Katie Couric with the help of her friend, famed director Nancy Meyers, got the cast of the beloved classic “The Parent Trap” together again for the first time since 1998! Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quad, Simon Kunz, Lisa Ann Walter, and Elaine Hendrix join Katie Couric, writer-director Nancy Meyers, and writer-producer Charles Shyer to share their memories from filming, recite their favorite scenes and discuss the film’s lasting impact. With Covid-19 continuing to ravage the globe, Katie, Nancy, and the group decided to use this reunion as an opportunity to raise awareness and funds for those in need. Katie kicks off the reunion show with a call-to-action to donate to José Andrés’ World Central Kitchen, a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters. Please donate if you can.
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Lindsay Lohan was forced to step down from the panel of The Masked Singer for the past two years due to international border restrictions.
But it looks like the American actress, 35, could be set to return to the Channel 10 show after her replacement Urzila Carlson announced she won’t be back this year.
Sources close to the Mean Girls star have told Daily Mail Australia that Lindsay ‘would absolutely love to return to Australia for the right opportunity and amount’. It comes after Urzila, 46, told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she will not be returning this year because she’ll be too busy on her comedy tour.
After Kyle Sandilands asked when she and Jackie will film the new series, Urzila said: ‘Do you want to get this one, Jackie? Because I’m not actually doing it this year…’
‘What are you talking about? You’re not on the bench?’ a shocked Kyle responded.
‘I know. I’m so devastated,’ Jackie said.
Urzila explained: ‘Because I’m touring again… the first year, I was just filling in for Lindsay [Lohan], and the second year we thought – well, Lindsay will be back, surely?’
‘Is Lindsay coming back?’ Kyle asked, with both Urzila and Jackie saying they didn’t know.
‘But now, the third year… Covid is finished, so now I can just go travel and tour.’
Urzila had replaced Lohan as a judge in 2020, after the Hollywood star was unable to fly over to Melbourne to film due to the pandemic.
It’s not yet known who will take over from Urzila in the new season.
During the first season of The Masked Singer Australia in 2019, musician Cody Simpson won as ‘The Robot’.
In 2020, Bonnie Anderson took the crown as ‘The Bushranger’, while Anastacia won in the most recent season as ‘Vampire’.