“Mean Girls,” a timeless classic celebrated over two decades since its 2004 release, maintains its relevance. In a Teens React episode, teens mistook its early 2000s origin, deeming it present day and highlighting the movie’s enduring appeal.
Falling for Christmas is Lindsay Lohan’s comeback movie. Lohan was the most quintessential child-star during the 90s and the Teen Queen of the early 2000s. After all the hurdles she has faced in her life, I am rooting for her to succeed. She signed a three-picture deal with Netflix and this Christmas romcom is the beginning of her Renaissance on Netflix.
Lindsay Lohan was one of the biggest stars during the late 90s and early 2000s. Everyone thought her rise would be smooth sailing to the top, but her personal life takes a toll on her career. As a child star, America fell in love with Parent Trap. Then as a teenager, she became the it-girl because of Mean Girls. Mean Girls was so prominent that it got remade on Broadway and its lines became popular memes. Lindsay Lohan is now wiser and more experienced, so her sobriety makes a comeback all but inevitable. She could have a renaissance like how John Wick saves Keanu’s career.
A New York state court has today thrown out a lawsuit by Lindsay Lohan and Karen Gravano, who were attempting to sue Take-Two as they believed that their likenesses had been used without their permission in Grand Theft Auto V.
Associated Press are today reporting news of Rockstar being sued by Lindsay Lohan. The Grand Theft Auto makers are allegedly facing legal proceedings over claims Lindsay Lohan‘s likeness was used without permission in Grand Theft Auto V, released last year for PS3 and Xbox 360, with an updated and graphically superior port announced at E3 to be released on PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year. Sales of Grand Theft Auto V topped more than $800 million on its launch day, and more than $1 billion in its first three days following launch.