Does Jamie Lee Curtis Want a Freaky Friday Remake With Lindsay Lohan? She Says...

While promoting Halloween Ends in Mexico City, a fan asked Jamie Lee Curtis if she would be interested in doing a remake of Freaky Friday with Lindsay Lohan. Here's what she said.

By Amy Lamare Oct 06, 2022 7:33 PMTags
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Are Fridays about to get a little freaky again?

Nineteen years after Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan starred as mother and daughter who switched places in Freaky Friday, Curtis was asked if she'd be down for a remake. Her answer? "Absolutely, or as the kids would say, 'duh.'"

And doesn't sound like it would be too hard to get the Everything Everywhere All At Once actress and Lohan back together again. Curtis elaborated, "Lindsay Lohan and I are friends. Lindsay Lohan and I text. She texted me the other day, she's in Ireland making a television show."

The actress, who shared her thoughts on a Freaky Friday reunion at a Mexico City stop on her Halloween Ends press tour, also noted that when she gets a text from a new number or someone who says they know her, she likes to ask a question just to be sure. Lohan's, she revealed, is about a specific moment from their movie: "What was the song that you and I were trying to learn the rap [that's] in the middle of the song while we were sitting in the car doing the scene while we were eating French fries?" 




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"The answer is the Justin Timberlake song "Like I Love You," Curtis revealed. "She and I were playing the tape, then we'd go back and rewind, the two of us were writing the lyrics to that whole rap in the car in Freaky Friday."


Curtis isn't the only one who still thinks about the 2004 film. In a 2019 interview with interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Mean Girls actress reflected on what her characters would be up to today. 

"Anna Coleman is now running for office… with Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey. In 2020," she said.  "So, be sure to vote for her."


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