In a wave of apparent calm, Lindsay Lohan is attending her first Sundance Film Festival — as a producer.
On Monday, the 27-year-old actress announced she will produce and star in a film called “Inconceivable” that is set to start shooting in March.
Joined by producer and financier Randall Emmett, Lohan said she was grateful to be at Sundance and working on a movie, according to The Associated Press.
In what might be called a tale hitting close to home, Lohan described the film as a psychological thriller about a woman trying to reclaim something she lost.
No director or co-stars have been announced, but Lohan said she “would die” if Jessica Lange would consider a part. And it wouldn’t hurt if some of Lange’s class rubbed off on LiLo.
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