Two decades after its premiere, freaky Friday Coming back for another round of body swaps. On May 10, hollywood reporter confirmed that disney was working on sequel In its 2003 remake, with stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan expected to reprise their roles. The film, based on the 1972 novel by Mary Rodgers, famously stars Curtis and Lohan as combative mother-and-daughter duo Tess and Anna Coleman, who swap bodies during a. Very freaky Friday.
they talked before new York Times To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film, where they spoke candidly about working with each other, keeping in touch over the past 20 years, and how they felt about the prospect of making a sequel. Lohan said, “Jamie and I are both open to it, so we’re leaving it in their hands,” before clarifying that they would “just make something that people would absolutely love.”
Curtis took a more proactive approach to making the sequel. “As I went around the world halloween endspeople wanted to know if there was going to be another freaky Friday, ” she said. “Some really touched a chord. When I came back, I called my friends at Disney and said, ‘Looks like a movie is going to happen.'”
During October 2022 appearance Scene, Curtis revealed that she was pitching sequel ideas to the network. “I’ve already written to Disney, my friends at Disney,” she said. “Creatively, I’m wide open.” Giving insight into what might happen in the sequel, Curtis continued: “Let me be the grandmother, let me be the old granny who swaps places, So Lindsay Becomes Sexy Grandma, Who’s Still Happy [my on-screen husband] Mark Harmon In every way you will be happy with Mark Harmon.
Curtis also commented on their age difference since the shooting of the original film – Curtis is now 64 and Lohan is 36. He said. “I want to be a helicopter parent in today’s world.”
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