Disney’s The Parent Trap, which introduced Lindsay Lohan to a larger audience, recently marked the 25th anniversary of its 1998 release. The film’s cold open shows shows the first meeting between Nicholas “Nick” Parker (Dennis Quaid) and Elizabeth James (Natasha Richardson). They later get married. Cut to 11 years and 9 months later, their twin daughters, Hallie Parker (Lindsay Lohan) and Annie James (Lindsay Lohan), meet at Camp Walden. It’s merely a freakish coincidence that…"The Parent Trap: Disney Classic Is 25 Years Old"
Freaky Friday, the Disney classic starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan, marks the 20th anniversary since its theatrical release. Fans will be happy to know that a sequel is in development with Elyse Hollander penning the script. However, any writing or rewriting of the script is on hold because of the current WGA strike. Depending on where the script is, filming is likely to happen next year. I’d certainly watch a sequel but it…"Freaky Friday Marks 20th Anniverary"
Lindsay Lohan makes her long-awaited return to rom-coms in Falling for Xmas, the first of two films in a multi-picture deal with Netflix. We’ve been long overdue to watch Lindsay Lohan in a leading role on screen. It wasn’t a question of if but when. I can tell you right now that the wait was worth it. Sure, this film falls into romantic comedy tropes but most rom-coms usually do. When you’ve seen one, you’ve seen…"Falling for Xmas: Lindsay Lohan Returns In Netflix Film"
Mean Girls, the celebrated teen comedy written by Saturday Night Live‘s Tina Fey, celebrates 15 years following its release in theaters. When zoologists Betsy (Ana Gasteyer) and Chip Heron (Neil Flynn) relocate to Evanston after a dozen years in Africa, it means Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) would have to enroll in an actual high school. No more home-schooling for their daughter. Cady is certainly in for a rude awakening upon arriving at North Shore High…"Mean Girls: Teen Comedy Classic Marks 15 Years"