A Lindsay Lohan new film, aptly titled “Inconceivable,” was revealed by LiLo at the Sundance Film Festival this week. The star sharing this news reveals that despite a no doubt difficult past couple of years, perhaps Lohan is looking forward to starting afresh this 2014 and bring celebrity headlines back to her acting career, rather than her latest criminal charge. CNN offers what information has been made known on this possible comeback movie announcement this Tuesday, Jan. 21.
The new Lindsay Lohan film is proving that LiLo is looking forward to her latest project, “Inconceivable.” So far, little is known about the upcoming movie from the Sundance reveal, except that it is going to be a psychological thriller and will feature Lohan heavily as both a lead star and forefront producer.
While many in the public were wondering whether Lindsay Lohan’s appearance at the Sundance Film Festival this Monday meant that she would be returning to the silver screen, all questions were answered with her announcement of the new movie. “Inconceivable” is expected to be made with a roughly $5 million budget, and is scheduled to be released in both New York City and Los Angeles theaters before making its way DVD and video on demand options. The plot remains a mystery, though the exciting project is said to begin initial stages of production in early March 2014.
In addition to the Lindsay Lohan new film, this March will also mark a much awaited release of Lohan’s post-rehab reality TV show that will debut exclusively on OWN, Oprah Winfrey’s network.
“Although Winfrey's admitted that working with Lohan on the eight-episode documentary series has been a bit challenging, the show is nonetheless still moving forward this week as planned and will premiere on March 9."
So far, it is not known whether “Inconceivable” will be featured within the journey of Lohan’s rehabilitation and return to the spotlight, but it is said in the new movie that she will have a major role in its development, from starring in the flick, helping producing it, and finding a director personally.