Star of cult films like The Four of Us, Freaky Friday or Lolita in spite of me in the 2000s, the child star revealed by Disney then preferred to stay away from movie sets, abandoning – often at his expense – his status from star of teen movies to that of hit girl. In any case, we hadn’t seen her since Paul Schrader’s The Canyons, in 2013. But Lindsay Lohan will be making her comeback on the screen thanks to Netflix, which is rolling out the red carpet for her. In November, she will be the headliner of a romantic Christmas comedy, Falling for Christmas by Janeen Damian, where she will play a wealthy heiress who suffers amnesia after a skiing accident. The platform has signed a two-film deal with the actress, and Variety tells us that she will also star in Irish Wish, another romantic comedy also directed by Janeen Damian. She will be there Maddie, a bridesmaid who attends the wedding of her best friend and the love of her life in Ireland. But after a wish goes awry, she wakes up in another dimension where she’s engaged to the one she loves but finds the reality isn’t what she thought. Falling for Christmas will air next November on the platform. No release date for Irish Wish has been announced.