Sequel To ‘Freaky Friday’ Will get Main Casting Replace

The sequel to the beloved household movie “Freaky Friday” is shifting ahead, with Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis in talks to return to the franchise, Selection reported Thursday.

Twenty years after the third remake of “Freaky Friday” hit theaters, it could be again, in accordance with Selection. The sequel is already within the works at Disney, with Lohan and Curtis anticipated to reprise their mother-daughter roles as Anna and Tess Coleman.

The unique “Freaky Friday” motion pictures have been based mostly on the 1972 novel of the identical title. Except for the 2003 movie that includes Curtis and Lohan, two different iterations of the movie have been launched: one in 1976 starring Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster, and one other that went straight to TV in 1995, with Shelley Lengthy and Gaby Hoffman within the lead roles, Selection famous.

The 2003 Curtis and Lohan remake was essentially the most profitable of all of them, bringing in additional than $160 million, Selection famous.

As for this sequel, nicely, “it’s going to occur,” in accordance with one other Selection interview with Curtis. “With out saying there’s something formally occurring, I’m taking a look at you on this second and saying, ‘After all it’s going to occur.’ It’s going to occur.”

Lohan concurred. “Jamie and I are each open to that, so we’re leaving it within the arms that be. We might solely make one thing that individuals would completely adore,” she commented. (RELATED: Eva Mendes Explains Why She And Ryan Gosling Don’t Do Purple Carpets Collectively)

Elyse Hollander is outwardly writing up the brand new script. There isn’t any replace about how the Writers Guild of America strike may influence us seeing a premiere in 2023, but it surely appears unlikely.