From Princesse in spite of herself to the film Lizzie McGuire passing by Snow Dogs, the magic of Disney films as cheap as “the comforter of the early 2000s” could be on the return. In full promotion of Glass Onion, Jamie Lee Curtis hinted at Variety’s microphone that the cult Freaky Friday: In My Mother’s Skin could have a sequel almost twenty years after its original release. The actress even discussed it with her partner at the time, Lindsay Lohan, so that the negotiations would have started with the American studios. “There is no release date, but we are talking about it. People talk about it among themselves, and especially the right people. I’m 64 and Lindsay is 36, so a suite is a perfect fit. We’re both determined to do this, but it’s not just up to us. It’s up to Disney to make the final decision, but I think they’re interested because it’s being discussed right now.”Freaky Friday is an adaptation of Mary Rodgers’ novel of the same name, in which Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Anna (Lindsay Lohan), a mother and daughter, switch bodies due to a curse. From now on, they will have to adapt to each other’s lives while injecting their personality into their respective environments: Tess tries to make Anna a model and studious student, while her daughter imposes a touch of chaos and madness in his mother’s successful but frigid career. Mark Waters’ film could also count on a boosted soundtrack with the presence of The Donnas, a female rock band that sends heavy, especially with the title “Take It Off”. See also on Konbini Waiting to see Freaky Friday 2 come to fruition, you can find Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis on the Netflix side. The former is starring in the Christmas film Falling for Christmas, while the latter will star Daniel Craig and Edward Norton in Glass Onion, the sequel to Knives Out, scheduled for December 23 on the platform. you are nostalgic, the first Freaky Friday comedy of the name awaits you on Disney+.