Lindsay Lohan: Christmas Romantic Comedy–Netflix

Netflix Shows First Look at Lindsay Lohan’s Christmas Movie

Untitled Holiday Romcom. (L-R) Lindsay Lohan
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Netflix has released the first look of Lindsay Lohan’s forthcoming Christmas romantic comedy, which is still untitled.

Lohan has foregone acting in recent years, so this movie, which will stream during the holiday season next year, marks her return to the screen.

In “Untitled Holiday Rom-Com,” Lohan stars opposite Chord Overstreet.

In the movie, Lohan plays a “newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress” (according to the logline), who gets amnesia after a skiing accident and “finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner” — that would be Overstreet —  “and his precocious daughter in the days leading up to Christmas.”

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

Netflix has made a robust 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 Lohan’s “The Parent Trap”) have become instant holiday classics.

After withdrawing from acting when opportunities dried up for her because of her personal issues, Lohan moved abroad, living in both Europe and Dubai. She acted sporadically during that period, such as in Paul Schrader’s 2013 movie, “The Canyons”; appearing in a West End production of “Speed-the-Plow” in 2014; recurring on the British TV comedy “Sick Note” in 2018; starring in the MTV reality show “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” in 2019; and later that year, appearing as a judge on the Australian version of “The Masked Singer.”

In late 2019, on CNN’s New Year’s Eve special, Lohan said that she wanted to “come back to America and start filming again,” and “taking back the life that I worked so hard for, and sharing it with my family and you guys.”

Janeen Damian (Hallmark Channel’s “A Christmas Waltz”) is directing the untitled Lohan rom-com, and it was written by Damian, Michael Damian, Jeff Bonnett and Ron Oliver. Its producers are MPCA’s Brad Krevoy and Riviera Films’ Michael Damian. MPCA is behind such Netflix Christmas movies as the “A Christmas Prince” franchise, “Operation Christmas Drop” and “A Castle for Christmas,” which stars Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes, and streams on Nov. 26.