On October 3, the enduring Mean Girls date, Lindsay Lohan releases the Falling for Christmas images.
On October 3, the same day that Cady Heron was asked by Aaron Samuels what day it was, Lindsay Lohan unveiled brand-new images from her rom-com with Chord Overstreet, a Glee actor.
On October 3, Lindsay Lohan unveiled brand-new images from her first major leading role in almost a decade.
Netflix dropped the round of photos Monday, on the iconic date cemented in pop culture history by Lohan’s 2004 classic Mean Girls, as Oct. 3 marked the sweet exchange in which Cady Heron’s (Lohan) crush Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett) asked her what day it was.
In the movie, Lohan will play a newly engaged, privileged hotel heiress who sustains injuries while skiing. She suffers from amnesia as a result of the catastrophe, and just before Christmas, she is looked after by a gorgeous blue-collar lodge owner (Chord Overstreet) and his daughter as she starts the arduous recovery process.
In an interview with Netflix, Lohan described the movie as “such a refreshing, heartwarming romantic comedy, and I miss doing those types of movies.” “I really enjoyed all the stunt scenes because I don’t get to do that much in many of my movies. when I’m trying to ski well but failing, and I’m flying off the slope.”
In addition to acting in it, Lohan also served as the film’s producer, under the direction of Janeen Damian. She signed a three-picture agreement with Netflix, the first of which is the newest comedy Irish Wish.
After The Canyons (2013), which was directed by Paul Schrader and was released by IFC Films, Falling for Christmas marks the 36-year-old actress’s first substantial role in a big-budget film. Since then, she has only appeared in two roles: a supporting role as a vampire in the 2019 independent horror film Among the Shadows and a short film from 2015 called Till Human Voices Wake Us.
The Parent Trap actress expanded her business portfolio outside of acting by opening two of her Lohan Beach House properties in Mykonos and Rhodes. MTV documented this process in 2019 with their ephemeral reality series Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club.
In a 2019 interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lohan described her new approach on life and work as “myself as I am as a person now.” “I’m sick of people bringing up my history. More people!’ used to be the command. More clamour! Get my attention! However, it is now “Shhh!” It’s crucial to make time for [you]. Sadly, I had to learn that the hard way. Though I did. And I want to tell other people about that.”
The Falling for Christmas film will debut on November 10. View more recent images from the film above.