February 22, 2024   Joshua   2024: Mean Girls, Gallery Updates, Projects, Screencaptures

Huge thanks to David for taking the time to cap Lindsay’s small cameo in Mean Girls for me before I could get to it this weekend. I’ve managed to add over 300 High-Definition captures of her cameo into the gallery!

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February 21, 2024   Joshua   2024: Irish Wish, Projects, Videos

Lindsay Lohan stars in IRISH WISH. Coming March 15.

When the love of her life gets engaged to her best-friend, Maddie puts her feelings aside to be a bridesmaid at their wedding in Ireland. Until a spontaneous wish for true love causes her to wake up as the bride-to-be. Also starring Ayesha Curry, Ed Speleers, and Alexander Vlahos.

February 4, 2024   Joshua   News & Articles, Personal Life

Steph Curry did something Saturday night he’s only done one time in his life — scored 60 points during a game, and Lindsay Lohan was the beneficiary of his achievement.

Steph’s Warriors lost to the Hawks in OT — 134-141, but Steph made a little history — he’s only the 10th player in NBA history to score 60 points at least twice.

As for Lindsay, she and her hubby were right there courtside in ATL watching the game. Afterward, Steph signed his jersey and gave it to Lindsay … the inscription reads, “Your Godparents love you! To Luai. Warriors” LiLo’s one-year-old kid’s name is Luai.

In case you didn’t know, Steph and Ayesha are indeed the godparents to Luai. As for the connection, Lindsay and Ayesha starred together in “Irish Wish,” which will be released March 15 on Netflix.

Sorry about the loss Steph, congrats and the 60 points, and way to score Luai.

January 23, 2024   Joshua   News & Articles, Projects, Rumors

Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls) and Kristin Chenoweth (Schmigadoon!) have been set to star in Our Little Secret, a new holiday film that Stephen Herek (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) is directing for Netflix.

Pic is the second in Lohan’s two-picture creative partnership with the streamer, entered into in March 2022, on the heels of the forthcoming rom-com Irish Wish.

Additional cast set for it includes Ian Harding (Long Slow Exhale), Jon Rudnitsky (At Midnight), Chris Parnell (Senior Year), Tim Meadows (Mean Girls), Dan Bucatinsky (Scandal), Henry Czerny (Scream VI), Katie Baker (The Mosquito Coast), Ash Santos (Mayor of Kingstown), Jake Brennan (Palmer) and Brian Unger (Yellowstone).

Currently in production, the film written by Hailey DeDominicis centers on two resentful exes who are forced to spend Christmas under the same roof after discovering that their current partners are siblings. Mike Elliott and Lisa Gooding are producing, with Joseph P. Genier serving as executive producer.

Prior to the signing of her two-picture deal, Lohan was in business with Netflix on Falling for Christmas, a holiday rom-com also starring Chord Overstreet. Most recently, the actress was seen making a cameo in Paramount’s adaptation of the Mean Girls musical, before that starring in the British dark comedy series Sick Note, horror thriller Among the Shadows, and more.

Recent projects for Emmy and Tony Award winner Chenoweth include Apple TV+’s acclaimed musical comedy series Schmigadoon!, Nicholas Stoller’s gay rom-com Bros, and Ric Roman Waugh’s sports drama National Champions.

Lohan is repped by IAG and Brecheen Feldman Breimer; Chenoweth by CAA, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Schreck Rose Dapello; Harding by Gersh, Authentic, and Yorn, Levine, Barnes; Rudnitsky by CAA, Entertainment 360, and Jackoway Austen Tyerman; Parnell by A3 Artists Agency and Rise Management; Meadows by Reliant Talent and Brillstein Entertainment Partners; Bucatinsky by A3, Principal Entertainment LA, and Myman Greenspan Fox; Czerny by Innovative Artists and OAZ; Baker by SMS Talent and Art/Work Entertainment; Santos by A3, M88, and Myman Greenspan Fox; Brennan by Coast to Coast Talent and Untitled Entertainment; Unger by A3; and Herek by Gersh and Howard Entertainment.

January 16, 2024   Joshua   2024: Mean Girls, News & Articles, Projects

Lindsay Lohan was on the receiving end of a personal dig in the new “Mean Girls” movie that references one of the most infamous insults hurled her way … and yeah, she’s pissed.

Of course, we’re referring to Paris Hilton’s oil heir buddy, Brandon Davis, once calling her a “fire crotch” gal — a line that actually made its way into the rebooted flick … which LL apparently had no idea about — at least that’s the indication from her team’s response.

Lindsay’s rep told The Messenger … “Lindsay was very hurt and disappointed by the reference in the film.” The outlet also reports that Lindsay was surprised last week when she watched the movie for the first time at the premiere.

It’s pretty shocking that the line even made it into the film — y’know, considering Tina Fey wrote it … not to mention the fact that Lindsay herself cameos in the flick as well.

On its face, it seems she had no idea it was coming … meaning she either didn’t receive the full script, or didn’t peruse it. Ya gotta imagine that if she saw this ahead of time … she would’ve talked to Tina about it, because LiLo has famously spoken out about the dig.

The context of how it’s used in the new movie features none other than Megan Thee Stallion — who shows up as one of many people singing the praises of the new popular girl, Cady (once played by Lindsay), as they flee Regina George. MTS says “fire crotch is back.”

You’ll recall, the way it was originally used dates back to a TMZ video from back in 2006 … when Davis was being a bit of a “mean girl” himself in talking trash about LiLo at the time. Like we said, Lindsay’s been fairly vocal about how hurtful that was back then.

That’s why Tina’s decision to include it in the movie — even in jet — is shocking … and now even more so with LL speaking out like this. Tina gushed about working with Lindsay, so you know she loves her … perhaps this was just an innocent mistake or an oversight.

January 15, 2024   Joshua   2024: Mean Girls, News & Articles, Projects

Lindsay Lohan was very pregnant during her cameo in the new Mean Girls movie, according to Reneé Rapp.

Rapp, 24, appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Sunday and was asked what it was like having Lohan – who welcomed a baby boy with her husband Bader Shammas in July – appear in the new musical adaptation.

“Yeah, I was so excited. I mean she’s the coolest obviously and it was also like such a blueprint,” Rapp, who plays Regina George in the Mean Girls musical, said. “She was also pregnant as hell at the time and so I remember like, I love babies, I’m ageist.”

The star went on to add, “So I was so excited that she was there because she’s Lindsay Lohan and she’s so cool and hot but also like, she was pregnant.”

Rapp’s role was originally taken on by Rachel McAdams in the 2004 film, which saw Lohan star as Cady Heron. For the 2024 version, Angourie Rice has stepped into Lohan’s shoes.

In an exclusive conversation with PEOPLE, Rice shared a similar positive sentiment about working with Lohan, saying that having her on the set “meant so much to me.”

“It is such a rare experience to really get in the head of a character and then meet someone who’s done the same thing,” said Rice, 23. “Just to have that shared experience, it means a lot.”

The star further highlighted, “But to know that Cady has been a part of so many actors’ lives and so many actors have delved into that character — she’s bigger than the actor in a way.”

“It means a lot that I get to share that with so many special performers, especially Lindsay,” Rice reflected.

The film’s directors, Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr., agreed to Variety that having Lohan on set was quite an experience.

“I don’t remember the exact moment, but I remember the feeling when I learned Lindsay was going to be a part of it. Everyone was so happy — there was a special energy that day,” Jayne noted to the publication.

Perez remembered the secrecy surrounding Lohan’s appearance, saying, “It was very NDA-heavy and only on a need-to-know basis. I think it had sprinkled to some of the cast. I actually do remember a couple people snuck in that day, now that I’m thinking of it.”

Mean Girls is currently in theaters.