Lindsay Lohan will produce and star in 'Inconceivable' and she is excited to pour her energy into something she ''loves to do''.
Lindsay Lohan will produce and star in 'Inconceivable'.
The 27-year-old actress - who was catapulted to the spotlight in 1998's 'Parent Trap' where she played twins Hallie Parker and Annie James - is making her comeback in the film which follows a woman who is trying to reclaim something she has lost.
Lohan - who has been admitted to rehab on numerous occasions in the past few years and finished her 90-day court ordered stint last summer - is excited about ''starting fresh'' and believes it could be ''therapeutic'' to focus on her career.
Talking at a press conference during the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, she said: ''I've never had the honour of coming here before ... to bring something to the table, which is starting fresh for me.
''It's a nice change to be back among people that are in the industry that I've been in since I was a kid.
''It's therapeutic for me to throw myself into something that really excites me and something that I love to do so much.''
The screen beauty will be responsible for finding a director for the project which is set to begin filming in March.
The film's producer and financier, Randall Emmett, called Lohan ''one of the greatest young actresses of her generation''.
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