Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) in Talks to Create a Show about Russian Oligarchs!

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*Notes*
The word ‘oligarch’ will be used several times in this post. The definition of an oligarch is a small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution.

Lindsay Lohan

I guess it’s true what they say, you can’t keep a true artist down.

Actress Lindsay Lohan is said to have been talking up a project during the Cannes Film Festival which will center on the lives of the super-wealthy in Russia.

A source shared: “She was saying she’s writing it with a partner for Netflix… And they’re writing it every day while she’s in town. She described it as being about ‘Russian oligarchs’ – three princesses, and covering different ages.” the source added.

Lindsay Lohan and her former fiancee, Egor Tarabasov

The “Mean Girls” star who was previously engaged to Russian businessman Egor Tarabasov – is reported to have likened the new show to the Netflix drama series ‘The OA’, which has generally been well received by critics.

The source also revealed to New York Post newspaper’s Page Six column: “She plans to act and co-direct or direct, but said she hasn’t decided yet.”

Lindsay Lohan is best known for her starring roles in films such as “The Parent Trap”, “Life Size”, “Mean Girls” and “Freaky Friday” but in recent years it has been public knowledge that the starlet has battled with drug and alcohol addiction. With her 31st birthday right around the corner in July, she has said that it has marked a turning point in her life. The actress said her landmark birthday last year has helped her to realize what was and was not important, as well as what makes her “truly happy”.

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

Lohan further went on to explain: “There was not an exact moment. However, there comes a time in one’s life where you stop and reflect on all of the experiences you have had, for me it happened when I turned 30 and realized there is more in giving back in life. That is what will make you truly happy.”

Written By: Monique C. Tillman

 

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