Lindsay Lohan is working on an all-women film in Saudi Arabia

Published 18 Jan, 2018 06:21pm

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The film, shot in Riyadh, will talk about women and Saudi culture

The film, shot in Riyadh, will talk about women and Saudi culture
The film, shot in Riyadh, will talk about women and Saudi culture

Lindsay Lohan is gearing up for a major comeback.

The Mean Girls star is planning to shoot a film based in Saudi Arabia, with an all-female ensemble!

Talking on The Wendy Williams Show on Friday, the actor revealed that the film will be called Frame and revolves aroung a young American photographer who leaves her husband and moves to Riyadh. According to Lohan, the film is about the photographer immersing herself in Saudi culture after being taken in by the women there, who show her their lifestyle.

“She starts to understand the culture and how the women there are," says Lohan.

"Like fencing is a big thing there, so there are a lot of fencing courses and horse-back riding... the women take her in to understand why they cover and why they do these things."

Watch the whole interview here.

Lindsay didn't give more details regarding the film but she had tweeted her support for women driving in Saudi Arabia in December with a hashtag of her film.

Lindsay Lohan has just wrapped up shooting for the second season of UK TV show Sick Note, which also stars Rupert Grint of Harry Potter fame and Nick Frost. The actor also has a beauty line coming out and a night club opening at Mykonos, so she's definitely got a lot going on!

There is no release date for Frame yet.