Jamie Lee Curtis And Lindsay Lohan Just Teased 'Freaky Friday' Fans In A Big Way

Jamie Lee Curtis switched things up this week by sharing a picture with her “Freaky Friday” co-star Lindsay Lohan — along with a hint about a sequel to the 2003 movie.

On Friday, Curtis posted a reunion snap on Instagram and noted how Lohan has changed in the years since the comedy’s release.

“Too late. YOU GREW UP and SO BEAUTIFULLY!” wrote Curtis, who is shown smiling with Lohan in the photo.

Her post also gave a nod to the end of the Hollywood actors strike before teasing another “Freaky Friday” project.

“Well, it’s Friday, and the strike is over so hopefully, we can switch places again in the near future!” Curtis wrote alongside a handle for The Walt Disney Co., whose Walt Disney Pictures released the 2003 movie.

The Instagram post follows a string of news about a sequel to Curtis and Lohan’s version of “Freaky Friday,” which was based on the 1972 Mary Rodgers novel of the same name.

Multipleoutlets reported in May that a new project is in the works, with the two actors in talks to return.

Curtis told The New York Times that fans had been asking about a sequel while she traveled the world for her 2022 film “Halloween Ends.”

“Something really touched a chord,” she said. “When I came back, I called my friends at Disney and said, ‘It feels like there’s a movie to be made.’”

Curtis told Rolling Stone last year that the 2003 film still resonates with people because “everybody struggles with that conundrum of adulthood and youth.”

“We all judge both sides really harshly. It’s that old adage of, ‘Walk a mile in my shoes,’” she said.

“Freaky Friday is one of those great examples of, you’re challenging somebody because they make you angry because of their limitations. And then you walk in their shoes and recognize that, in fact, all of those restrictions are there for a reason.”

The new “Freaky Friday” project would add to a franchise that’s included variousfilms over the years, such as one starring Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris from 1976.