Time to freak out! Lindsay Lohan confirms a Freaky Friday sequel is coming!

Lindsay Lohan dropped the news that she and Jamie Lee Curtis are reuniting for a sequel to the 2003 classic Freaky Friday! Here's what we know!
Premiere of "Freaky Friday"
Premiere of "Freaky Friday" / Albert L. Ortega/GettyImages

Are we on the verge of a Lohanassiance? Lindsay Lohan appears to have confirmed that a sequel to her Disney hit Freaky Friday is coming! Here's what to know!

In 2003, Lindsay Lohan was making a move from pure kid flicks to bigger films. She'd broken out with her starring turn in the 1998 The Parent Trap remake and five years later, Disney tapped her for another redo, this one of the 1976 movie based on the 1972 novel. Anna (Lohan) is an aspiring musician constantly at odds with her mother, Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis), who's about to remarry.

After a dinner at a Chinese restaurant where each complains the other wouldn't handle their life, the two wake up the next morning having swapped bodies. Now, Tess has to navigate high school and bullies, while Anna has to be an adult and handle a "boyfriend." 

Made for just $26 million, the movie was a monster hit, grossing $160 million and one of Disney's best successes in 2003. It boosted Lohan to fame she'd use in films like Mean Girls and has remained popular in the two decades since. 

Talking on Andy Cohen Live, Lohan dropped the bombshell that a sequel to the film is in the works. She confirmed it with People Magazine, saying she couldn't go into details but that Curtis would be co-starring. 

"I'm just excited to work with Jamie again and see how much further we can take it. Because we talk almost every other day in general, so I think we're going to have a lot of fun with this."

The pair had hinted there were plans for a sequel when discussing the movie's 20th anniversary in 2023. Disney hasn't fully confirmed the sequel yet, but both actresses are eager for it. 

Lohan, of course, has endured her ups and downs in the last two decades, going from A-list star to personal problems, but has been trying to rebuild her career with the upcoming Netflix comedy Irish Wish. Curtis has continued her storied career, culminating in winning an Oscar for Everything Everywhere All At Once.

The movie is still in the early stages so likely not a finished script yet. An obvious idea would be Anna now a mom herself who endures a swap with her own daughter but the idea of her and Tess swapping again at a different age is intriguing. 

While the story has been adapted several times, this 2003 version is still the most popular and the idea of the stars revisiting it is more than enough to make fans freak out.

Freaky Friday streaming on Disney+.