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Lindsay Lohan launches comeback at Sundance

Lindsay Lohan launches comeback at Sundance

LINDSAY'S COMEBACK: Lindsay Lohan announces plans for a new movie. Photo: Associated Press/Chris Pinzello

Lindsay Lohan made an unexpected trip to the Sundance Film Festival on Monday to announce her next movie.

It was the embattled actress’ first trip to the festival in Park City, Utah. She was joined by producer Randall Emmett as she revealed her next film project would be a psychological thriller titled “Inconceivable,” which will start shooting in March.

Lohan is the only actress attached to the film at this stage, but she has high hopes of landing a really big star, adding she would love to work with Jessica Lange.

The actress is currently shooting her upcoming docu-series for Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network.

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