Just call her the Comeback Kid: A nude spread in Playboy and a turn as Lifetime’s answer to Elizabeth Taylor in the critically laughed at Liz and Dick proved not to be the career kickstart Lindsay Lohan had been hoping for.
Of course, that doesn’t mean the trouble-prone star will quietly fade into obscurity.
Hollywood should be so lucky.
Instead, Lohan’s announced that she’ll star and produce in a new independent film called Inconceivable. Lindsay was front and center at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah this week, where she held a press conference revealing her plan.
Accompanied by a camera crew from Oprah’s OWN network, which will air a reality TV series about Lohan’s life later this year, the starlet said:
“I’ve never had the honor of coming here before…to bring something to the table, which is starting fresh for me. And I’m filming my Oprah docu-series right now, so I get to that to the people who have been watching that as well.”
Lohan was accompanied by producer Randall Emmett, who described how the project came together.
“She read the script, she called. ‘We’re making this movie, are you in or out?’ I said, ‘I’m in.'”
Lohan did not specify what the film would be about. She did note, however, that the film would involve a young woman trying to reclaim something that she lost and that she “related to the character in a lot of ways.”
Production is expected to begin in March.