While it’s been a few years since we last saw Lindsay Lohan in a feature film, that doesn’t mean the former Disney wunderkind hasn’t been busy. Not only has Lohan popped in for a handful of guest appearances on shows like Two Broke Girls and Eastbound & Down, she’s also been hard at work on her big screen comeback, The Shadow Within, a supernatural thriller about a private investigator who is looking into the death of her werewolf father. It may not compare to her previous heights as a child actress, but it’s a living. Not everybody gets to be a movie star.
You can say this for Lindsay Lohan: Homegirl just does not quit. The sometime-actress, who hasn’t appeared in a film since Gus Van Sant’s 2013 quasi-softcore-thriller The Canyons (was it really only three years ago?), has tried her hand at a few failed enterprises in the last few years, including her recent baffling effort to create a new, vaguely exotic accent. But there’s one project Lohan hasn’t abandoned. Like Gretchen Wieners desperately clinging to “fetch,” Lohan is hellbent on making Mean Girls 2 happen — by force, if necessary.
It's time for another installment of 'You Think You Know Movies'! Where last we revealed some cool facts about the first 'Star Wars' movie and Marvel's 'The Avengers,' we now take a trip outside the realm of sci-fi and superheroes with 'Mean Girls.'
By now, it seems that every celebrity under the sun has taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge -- even your favorite Marvel stars -- but there is still a handful of big names who have yet to take the plunge. One obvious choice? Lindsay Lohan, who seems to have so far slipped through the cracks. Well, at least until one random fan challenged her to the task and then employed Jimmy Fallon to make it happen on 'The Tonight Show.' Oh, you're done for now, Lohan.
Lindsay Lohan hit the 'Late Show With David Letterman' last night, and the pair inevitably prank called Oprah (as one does), a gag that could have gone in a very different reaction if Winfrey wasn't so damn wise. Seriously, don't try to pull the wool over Oprah's eyes. She knows what's up.
How dare you, 'How I Met Your Mother.' How dare you.
Fans everywhere are already mourning the end of 'How I Met Your Mother' -- yes, after nine seasons, including one that took place over the course of a single weekend -- but no one is nearly as upset as 'Billy on the Street' host Billy Eichner. And also Lindsay Lohan, because apparently the tarnished starlet is also a big fan of CBS sitcoms.
It starts out sweetly enough -- with a selfie taken in what looks like a foxhole decked out with a wading pool -- before everything turns quite literally icy. To welcome Lindsay Lohan to what was actually her second visit to the new 'Tonight Show' (remember she showed up on that first night, along with the rest of Hollywood?), Jimmy Fallon engaged the starlet in a game of Water War.
We all know what happens when Lindsay Lohan stars in a movie -- we get a lengthy feature in The New York Times about her insubordination and all the drama she put her 'The Canyons' director through. So what happens when she both stars in and produces a movie? We'll surely read about it down in the road since the troubled starlet will be tackling both of those duties for the psychological thriller