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Lohan Heads To Ye Olde Times With Black
Lindsay's going back to comedy

22 February 2008  |  Written by Olly Richards  |  Source: E!

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Bashing Lindsay Lohan is a popular sport these days. Some say it may even end up in the next Olympics. But we'd really like to see the once excellent actress who made a few wrong choices get back on track, because she was fantastic in films like Mean Girls and should have gone on to be known for more than drinking and boycotting knickers. So we're pleased to hear that she's apparently joined the next Jack Black comedy.

E! Online is reporting that Lohan will join Black in Ye Olde Times, a film that follows two rival renaissance fair troupes on the competitive circuit. We didn't know renaissance fairs were competitive, but we're all up for a bit of aggressive jousting and brutal assault with a pig's bladder on a stick.

The film is set to shoot in April, with the cast also featuring Cary Elwes, Matthew Lillard, David Arquette, Ann Margaret, Orlando Jones and Molly Bryant.

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tell you what olly...
...the leering comments about how 'proper fit' she is and how long it took to save her slideshow pictures really backs up your argument that she should be appreciated as an actress... "...very effective in Bobby...she's a very able actress and among the better comedic actresses of her age" talk about being dammed by faint praise. Mean Girls is her high water mark, and if that's the best laurels she has to rest on, she needs to take a long look at herself and her career. More

Posted by magnusbarfod at 20:15 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

RE: yeah...right...
L: HIM And she's proper fit. Take a look at her nude photo shoot. sp; Too right. Took me ages to work out how to save the pics from the slideshow. More

Posted by John Firth at 19:48 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

mean girls
is soo fucking funnnny lohan is talented so im sure it will be good. someone needs to doo a chris crocker vedio style "LEAVE LOHAN ALONE!" humor me. More

Posted by HarryHavoc at 18:09 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

1"]Don't panic. It's not Bloom (thank the Good Lord Jeebus) of Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean. Orlando Jones is the black guy from Evolution ("I want some ice cream" "What flavour?" "I don't care, it's for my ass!") and, erm... Bedazzled (erm... there must have been something good there...) More

Posted by Glass3005 at 12:54 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

one problem with this. Orlando Bloom. Sorry but that bloke is neither funny or good at acting, he likes an English Hayden Christensen More

Posted by clarkkent at 12:23 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

Didn't I hear 'bout this film ages ago? Temporarily dead or something? More

Posted by MovieMogul at 12:11 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

RE: yeah...right...
And she's proper fit. Take a look at her nude photo shoot. More

Posted by HIM at 11:47 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

RE: yeah...right...
L: magnusbarfod she was ok in a one-dimensional way in mean girls, which wasnt exactly a piece of cinematic genius, but apart from that: "she was fantastic in films like Mean Girls"... ...exactly which ones, olly? he was very good in Freaky Friday. She was a great child actress. She's also very effective in Bobby. I'm not saying she's made brilliant films – although I think Mean Girls is a highly underrated comedy – but she's a very able actress and among the better comedic actr More

Posted by Olly Richards at 11:18 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

she was ok in a one-dimensional way in mean girls, which wasnt exactly a piece of cinematic genius, but apart from that: "she was fantastic in films like Mean Girls"... ...exactly which ones, olly? More

Posted by magnusbarfod at 10:23 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

Lohand bashed me good - well the good part of me (heh heh heh)
This should be enjoyable, good cast (Lillard did a brilliant impessonation of Shaggy and was the only good thing in those movies) Lohan needs to get back on track as I agree she was good in Mean Girls. More

Posted by Taz69 at 09:14 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

Matthew Lillard, that dude cracks me up...and with Jack Black aswell, think I'll count myself in early. More

Posted by mayo12 at 09:07 on 22 February 2008 | Report This Post

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