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Netflix released its first look at Lindsay Lohan's Christmas Movie

Netflix released its first look at Lindsay Lohan's Christmas Movie

Lindsay Lohan's forthcoming Christmas rom-com has released the first look of the movie, which is still untitled. Loha has largely foregone acting in recent years, so that this movie marks her return to the screen in Untitled Holiday Rom-Com which will stream during the holiday season next year she'll be playing with Chord Overstreet.

Variety exclusively broke the news of Lohans Netflix movie in May.

Lohan plays a newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress (according to the logline), who gets amnesia after shivering and finds herself in the care of that would be Overstreet - and his precocious daughter in Christmas days.

George Young, Jack Wagner and Olivia Perez also in the cast.

Netflix has made a strong business out of Christmas fare, and its original movies such as Jingle Jangle, A Christmas Prince, The Christmas Chronicles and the Princess Switch (inspired by Lohans Daddy Trap). Now its all-time favourites have become instant holiday classics.

Since she did not work because of her personal problems, Lohan moved abroad, whose role she acted in the most sporadically during that period, such as in Paul Schraders 2013 movie, The Canyons in 2014, and in a West End production of Speed-the-Plow, 2018; recurring in Sick Note and 2018 at the MTV reality show Lindsay Loan for 2019; and later that year, appeared in an Australian version of the M

In late 2019, on CNNs New YearS Eve special, Lohan told the hosts Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen that she wanted to return to the United States and start filming again, and to take back the hard work I worked for, sharing with my family and you guys.

The film is directed by Janeen Damian, and was written by Damien, Michael Damians, Jeff Bonnett and Ron Oliver. Its producers are John Kess, the producer of the movie "A Christmas Prince" and "The Castle for Christmas," which stars Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes.

See the first look photo above.