Freaky Friday sequel ‘is going to happen,’ says Jamie Lee Curtis Dexerto

Published: 2023-02-27T04:08:00

Updated: 2023-02-27T04:08:08

A Freaky Friday sequel may well be on the cards, with acting legend Jamie Lee Curtis committed to developing the film and eventually reuniting on screen with Lindsay Lohan.

Jamie Lee Curtis is an acting icon, with the star appearing in many beloved movies and projects. Despite this, a Disney movie Cutris made a long time ago is something he’s still asked about and he’s looking for a sequel.

when chatting with Variety At the Producers Guild Awards, actor Jamie Lee Curtis was once again asked if there were any plans to make and develop a sequel to Freaky Friday. And while Curtis’s earlier comments were more hopeful than familiar, recent updates from him promise that one will eventually be made.

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“It’s going to happen,” he said. “Without saying there’s anything officially happening, I look at you now and I’m like, ‘Of course it’s going to happen.’ It will happen.

This update is a significant win for fans of the original film and for those who simply want to see Lindsay Lohan back on more screens following her recent desire to return to film and television projects.

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Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsey Lohan in Freaky Friday

The original Freaky Friday was released in 2003. The film centered around mother-daughter duo Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Tess and her daughter Anna (Lindsey Lohan). When the two switch bodies in a freak accident, they are forced to live each other’s lives and, in the process, learn to understand each other and overcome their differences.

Over the years, the movie has become a cult classic, especially among Disney fans. As a result, many have been calling for a sequel to be made for years. Time will tell if a Freaky Friday 2 officially goes ahead, however we’ll be sure to keep you updated when and if it is announced.

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