Lindsay Lohan is proving if you have the will to survive Hollywood scandals making a come back is more than possible. After dealing with several setbacks over reports of excessive partying and associated legal problems leading to some time in rehab, she has re-emerged as vibrant as ever in Hollywood circles with a new project. Lindsay Lohan was at the Sundance Film Festival to announce her new movie, "Inconceivable," reported CBS News on Jan. 20, 2014.
On Monday Lohan, at 27 years old, showed up at the Sundance Film Festival to announce that she will produce and star in a film which is called "Inconceivable." This film is scheduled to begin shooting in March. Producer and financier Randall Emmett joined Lohan and referred to her as "one of the greatest young
actresses of her generation." Lohan said the film is a psychological thriller about a woman who is trying to reclaim something she lost.
Lohan made a high-profile debut at the Sundance Film Festival to announce her new film and a "fresh start" in life, reports the New York Daily News. A crew from OWN, which has been airing a reality series about Lohan, was present to film Lohan's news conference. Outside reporters were advised if they asked Lohan
personal questions, they would be escorted out.
Lohan commented, "It's a nice change to be back among people that are in the industry that I've been in since I was a kid." She also said that she feels it's therapeutic for her to throw myself into something that really excites her and something that she loves to do so much. She says she has always loved making movies and she's really happy to be able to have another leading role in a movie. Best of luck to Lohan and her new start in life.