Lohanaissance is upon us: The trailer for Lindsay Lohan’s comeback Christmas movie has arrived


Original article was movie info. Updated (October 7) with added official trailer

It’s beginning to look a lot like… a LL Christmas movie (yay!)

… but Mean Girls has been removed from Netflix (boo)


As gays people across the internet celebrate ‘Mean Girls Day’ (October 3), Netflix has released a first look at forthcoming Christmas movie ‘Falling for Christmas’, starring Lindsay Lohan. 


Lindsay Lohan in 'Falling for Christmas' (NETFLIX)
Lindsay Lohan in ‘Falling for Christmas’ (NETFLIX)


In the movie, Lohan plays a newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress who injures herself in a skiing accident.

Left with amnesia, she begins her recovery journey under the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner (Glee alum Chord Overstreet) and his daughter in the run-up to Christmas. 


“It’s such a refreshing, heartwarming romantic comedy, and I miss doing those kinds of movies,” Lohan said of the new movie.

“All the stunt scenes were really fun for me because I haven’t gotten to do that much in a lot of my films… When I’m flying off the hill, attempting to ski well and not doing it.”

'Falling for Christmas' (NETFLIX)
‘Falling for Christmas’ (NETFLIX)


Lohan also produced the movie, alongside director Janeen Damian, as part of a three-picture deal with Netflix, which also includes the new comedy Irish Wish.


The streamer shared its first look at ‘Falling for Christmas’ in a tweet today:

“It’s October 3rd,” Netflix said, referencing Mean Girls. “But here’s an early holiday gift.”

Chord Overstreet and Lindsay Lohan star in 'Falling for Christmas'
Chord Overstreet and Lindsay Lohan star in ‘Falling for Christmas’


Asked to describe the movie in three words, Lohan said: “Extravagant. Temperamental. Glamorous.”

“Christmas is a time when family comes together,” she continues. “It’s just such a loving holiday.”


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Meanwhile queer fan fav ‘Mean Girls’ has been removed from Netflix (no body panic) but is now streaming on Paramount+.


Falling for Christmas is set to premiere November 10. Twitter reactions below:


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