Lindsay Lohan Shares Major Nostalgia from ‘The Parent Trap’ and ‘Mean Girls’ in New Interview
We're stoked to see LiLo shine as she promotes her latest film, 'Falling for Christmas.'
Lindsay Lohan has rebounded back into the spotlight, and we are here for it! The Mean Girls star is taking on new cinematic challenges with the release of her latest film, Falling for Christmas, and fans can’t get enough of the nostalgia that comes with seeing the spunky redhead back on screen.
Decked out in a chic colorblock pantsuit and chunky burgundy Giuseppe Zanotti platform heels, Lohan recently appeared on Good Morning America recently to promote what is sure to be a new holiday hit.
When the 25th anniversary of The Parent Trap hitting theaters was brought up, Lohan was happy to share her fond memories.
“That movie means everything to me,” she reflected fondly. “It was the first movie I ever auditioned for, and the first experience I ever had being a young adult on a set.”
Lohan admits that she hasn’t rewatched the film that launched her career in a long time, but mentions how nostalgic it is for her regardless.
After nearly 10 years of being off camera, the poised Lohan says that being on set after all these years “felt refreshingly exciting again” and how she knew she needed to “crave being on set” in order to get back in the acting game again.
LiLo also reminisced about the 2004 coming-of-age hit Mean Girls and how she still gets pranked by famous lines.
“I get [the line] ‘Lindsay what day is it?’…and then I always fall for it,” she describes, referencing the famous “October 3rd” line from the teen classic.
Though she doesn’t mention starring in a sequel for any of these films anytime soon, former co-star Jamie Lee Curtis hopes there is a Freaky Friday reunion in the future.
“I would like to see Lindsay be the hot grandma, and I would like to see me try to deal with toddlers today,” Curtis shared during an interview for The View. “I want to be a helicopter parent in today’s world.”
Falling for Christmas is a new holiday rom-com starring Chord Overstreet. It marks Lohan’s first film in three years as well as her first starring role since Labor Pains, which was released in 2009.
In between then and now, Lohan has been the subject of hundreds of media hot takes. She’s been scrutinized for everything from her dancing, to her alleged plastic surgery choices, and even her accent has come into question.
She’s been in and out of rehab, and has been arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol, as well as drug possession. Now it seems she’s back on track and ready to take her career seriously once more.
“Now I’m also executive producing and I get to play another role,” she adds during the GMA interview. “I’m loving every minute of it.”
Falling for Christmas is currently available for streaming on Netflix.