There are talks for Lindsay Lohan to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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It’s possible that Lindsay Lohan may soon be dressing up as a superhero in the media. Lindsay Lohan, a former child star, is well-known for her roles in popular films including Mean Girls and The Parent Trap. Although she hasn’t yet been cast in an MCU movie, Lohan appears to have it as her next goal. Us Magazine reports that Lohan has gained access to Marvel Studios and expressed interest in being a part of the MCU. The magazine claims that Lohan is “in talks to play a vixen superhero” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though no particular character has been revealed. With a brief cameo in the Mean Girls remake, which debuted in theatres in January, Lohan made her big screen comeback. That came after her last lead part in the 2022 Netflix holiday film Falling for Christmas, which saw a strong opening weekend. Recently, Lohan has also been involved in voiceover work, having narrated episodes of Devil May Care on Syfy and Lovestruck High on Prime Video. Additionally, Lohan recently said that arrangements are underway for her and Jamie Lee Curtis to get back together for Freaky Friday 2.

For Lohan, this appears to be a dream role that may come true. She made comments in 2022 on the types of roles she wanted to pursue in the future. After discussing how she hadn’t been able to land a role in an action movie, Lohan hinted that she could be open to working with Marvel on a superhero project.

According to Lohan’s statement to Forbes, “I think I’m always the kind of person that I see what comes and take it as it comes, wherever the scripts lead me.” “Since I enjoy making ‘rom coms,’ I will constantly search for and work on those projects extensively when the opportunity arises, but I haven’t worked on an action movie. Seeing what jobs come my way and being open to other ones, I would love to work with Marvel. Not only that, but Lohan has hinted that she may be open to working on a DC project as well. In 2018, Lohan expressed her sorrow, using the then-planned Batgirl movie as an example, that her troublesome history was preventing her from being considered for projects she would want to be a part of. Lohan stated, “I’ve learned my lessons,” during an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show. “However, it then takes attention away from perhaps getting together to perform Batgirl or Mean Girls 2.” People are seriously distracted by it. They just consider the bad, and I don’t think that’s a healthy way to go in life.”

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