Lindsay Lohan Pleads With Rachel McAdams to Consider 'Mean Girls' Sequel
08 December, 2017, 02:16 | Author: Cecil Buchanan
The star was in New York City on Wednesday for the Daily Mail's holiday party, and she had lots to say on the red carpet about wanting a theater follow-up to the now-legendary 2004 film.
When asked about a frequently discussed sequel to her TV-movie "Life-Size" (ABC, 2000), in which Tyra Banks plays a Barbie-like doll come to life, Lohan told "ET" she and TV personality/producer Banks "have spoken, but not enough ..."
But it isn't only singing that Lindsay wants to focus her attention on, as she's still interested in acting and admitted she would love the lead role in the planned live-action "Little Mermaid" remake. News, "We need Rachel McAdams!".
Asked if she'd move back from NY, she said: "For music, maybe". "We had so much fun making it.Tina Fey is an awesome writer, Paramount was great to work with-we all had a blast".
Fans - not exactly happy with the 2011 direct-to-DVD sequel, which did not feature the original cast - have long lobbied for another installment. Fey's Mean Girls musical, which features original music from her husband, Jeff Richmond, will finally hit Broadway next spring. "Women are all very good people so we should stick together, and I think everyone's a good person". Earlier this year, Chabert told Fox News that she'd like to see what Gretchen is doing all these years later.
The "Freaky Friday" actress, who recently moved to Dubai, later told Entertainment Tonight that she returned to NY for the holidays, but doesn't plan on moving back to the states anytime soon.
She told "Extra", "He was always like a father figure to me because I was already working..." "Music can make you feel anything".
Lohan made it clear that she has left her troubled past behind and is now living her best life.
The actress, who was accompanied to the fete by her mother, Dina Lohan, told the entertainment news show, "I love living in NY, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East because there are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life. I know where his desk is", Lohan joked.
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