Actress signs multi-film deal with Netflix

Lindsay Lohan’s career comeback has just taken on even greater momentum.

Months after it was revealed the actress is set to star in an upcoming Netflix holiday movie, the streaming giant has confirmed it has now signed a multi-film deal with the former child star.

The news broke on Tuesday, with Netflix indie director Christina Rogers claiming to have secured Lohan, 35, for two more feature films.

“We are so pleased with our collaboration with Lindsay to date, and we are excited to continue our partnership with her. We look forward to bringing more of his films to our members around the world,” Rogers told The Hollywood Reporter.

Details of the two films have yet to be made public, but they would be available to Netflix’s 222 million subscribers when they hit the streaming service.

This exposure could propel Lohan onto the A-list, after her dramatic personal life eclipsed her film career for the past decade.

Details on both films have yet to be released, but it’s huge news for the former child star’s career.
James Gourley

Lohan was one of America’s most famous child stars, starring in ‘The Parent Trap’ and ‘Mean Girls’ before suffering from drug and alcohol addiction that landed her in prison and rehab. detox.

However, last November the popular star got engaged to her boyfriend of two years, financier Bader Shammas, and her professional life is now flourishing alongside her personal life.

Later this year, Lohan will star opposite Chord Overstreet in Netflix’s holiday movie “Falling for Christmas.”

Lindsay Lohan Accord Overstreet
Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet star in Netflix’s upcoming romantic comedy “Falling for Christmas.”
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An official synopsis of the film reads: “A newly engaged and spoiled hotel heiress (Lohan) has a skiing accident, suffers total amnesia and finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner (Overstreet) and her precocious daughter in the days before Christmas.

No official release date has been announced.

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