Lindsay Lohan Reacts To News That Her Return To Acting In Christmas Film Hits Number 1 On Netflix

Lindsay Lohan Reacts To News That Her Return To Acting In Christmas Film Hits Number 1 On Netflix

Lindsay Lohan reacted to the news that her return to acting in her new film “Falling for Christmas” hit number one on Netflix, as she thanked fans for all their support over the years.

The 36-year-old actress had only kind words on Thursday for her fans in a post she shared on Instagram talking about how “grateful” she was for the positive response to her Christmas movie.

“I can’t even begin to tell everyone how grateful I am for this incredible moment!” Lohan wrote. “To all of the fans and longtime believers in me, I appreciate you.”

“My heart is filled with so much love and gratitude thank you [Netflix] for letting me bring this story to life with such a wonderful cast, director, producers and crew!” she added.

Her post included a graphic showing the stars of the show with a message that read, “‘Falling for Christmas’ number one movie in the world on Netflix.”

 

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The movie marks Lohan’s return to the romantic comedy genre after nearly a decade. In the film, she plays a hotel heiress who, through a series of obstacles, ends up with amnesia. The man who owns the quant lodge in town is played by “Glee” actor Chord Overstreet — and together, Overstreet and his daughter in the movie help her recover in more ways than one.

The actress is probably best known for several of her memorable roles in such films as “Mean Girls” in 2004, “Freaky Friday” in 2003, and the remake of the Disney classic “The Parent Trap” in 1998.

In a recent interview, Lohan talked about being a little envious of young stars these days in the advent of social media and being able to control one’s “own narrative,” as The Daily Wire previously reported.

“No, it is nice,” the star shared. “Because now I feel like … when I first started out in the business, none of us had a say in how to control our own narrative.”

“There were paparazzi pictures, and then people ran with it,” she added. “So I think it’s really good that in this day and age, people can say who they are and who they want to be. And I admire and appreciate that.”

“I’m a little jealous because I didn’t have that,” Lohan continued. “But I think it moves really fast and I just try to keep up as best I can. And I check everything before I post it. I’ll send it to people. Because you have to.”

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