On Wednesday, the 31-year-old actress caught up with Entertainment Tonight at the Daily Mail's Unwrap the Holidays party in New York City, where she revealed that she hoping for a sequel to the 2004 hit movie Mean Girls.
The actress is now looking forward to spending the rest of the Christmas season with her family in the US.
Lindsay, 31, admitted she wants to have a family of her own one day, but she is now "focusing on what I really feel I want to do right now and I think is important to me".
Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard's Twitter date still in the game
Bouchard made good on her deal, and she went to a Brooklyn Nets game with Goehrke soon after. When Eugenie Bouchard went on a blind date, she was asked by TMZ if they would meet again.
The actress said: 'I'm thinking she's been living in Africa and adopts children, very Madonna'. "We had so much fun making it.Tina Fey is an incredible writer, Paramount was great to work with-we all had a blast".
Lohan has been talking about a potential sequel for more than a year now, but her persistence might be paying off.
Tina Fey, the film's writer and producer, made a decision to adapt her iconic movie for the stage. "You know, I'd love to work with Lindsay on something soon". Fey is now working to take the movie to the Broadway stage in April, but she hasn't ruled out a second round on screen, even though her first response was a firm no. "And at the time, I was like, 'They should just let it be what it is!'"
Steve Kerr concerned more about half-court execution than shot distribution
I didn't know how significant it was, but obviously, the results are good news. "When you are vulnerable you tend to have your guard up a little bit".
Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina Lohan attend a holiday party on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, thrown by the United Kingdom tabloid the Daily Mail in Manhattan. "I'm here in NY, so [the film's screenwriter] Tina Fey better be hiding", she jokingly warned, "or I'm going to find her and [the film's producer] Lorne Michaels".
"I don't really know much about it", she said.
There's still time, Tina!
More severe global warming predictions are likely more accurate
The latest research suggests the models that most accurately predict today's climate patterns are the ones that predict less cloud cooling in the future.