Lindsay Lohan plots The Anti-Social Network reality prank series
Lindsay Lohan is plotting her return to Hollywood with a social media reality series in the vein of Punk'd.
Unveiled in a teaser below, The Anti-Social Network, a series being shopped to networks, finds the Mean Girls star taking control of contestants' social media for 24 hours, challenging them to do embarrassing acts for prizes.
The 30-year-old is no stranger to the prank format, or, at least being the victim of one — Ashton Kutcher targeted her in a 2003 episode of his MTV show. And now she's hoping to pay the fun forward.
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Lohan made headlines in February after posting an open plea to Disney on social media, urging the studio to cast her as Ariel in a live-action version of The Little Mermaid.
"I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid [if] @Disney approve that #billcondon directs it," she wrote in a since-deleted caption on Instagram, referencing the Oscar-winning screenwriter and director, who's helmed films like Chicago, Dreamgirls, and Beauty in the Beast in the past.
Following a successful career on the big screen throughout the early 2000s, Lohan hasn't fronted a mainstream movie since playing a dramatized version of the late Elizabeth Taylor in the 2012 Lifetime biopic Liz & Dick.
In recent years, she made waves on the small screen at the center of the Oprah Winfrey Network's 2014 docuseries Lindsay, which chronicled her life after a string of personal and professional struggles. Since then, she's wrapped production on a small horror movie titled The Shadow Within (about an investigator who moonlights as a werewolf), drafted a treatment for another Mean Girls movie, and, in January, held a meeting with Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, to discuss the refugee crisis in Syria.