Emmett/Furla Films held a press conference to announce it is producing the $5 million movie, which heads into production in March
Lindsay Lohan has signed on to star in and produce Emmett/Furla Films’ psychological thriller “Inconceivable,” which she will also produce, the company announced Monday at Sundance.
Lionsgate's Grindstone division will release “Inconceivable” in New York and Los Angeles before the film heads to VOD and DVD. While plot details remain under wraps, production on the $5 million movie is scheduled to start in March.
As a producer, Lohan will be involved with choosing a director, who should be hired before the end of the month. The 27 year-old actress descended upon Park City to participate in a press conference announcing her involvement.
Despite her recent legal troubles and personal problems, Lohan has been insured by the project’s insurance company, which had the authority to stand in the way of her ability to star in the movie.
Lohan would love to work with Jessica Lange and Juliette Lewis, but neither actress is involved with the project at the time.
Lohan most recently starred opposite porn actor James Deen in Paul Schrader’s campy indie film “The Canyons,” which she also executive produced. The film earned little more than a paltry $50,000 in theaters, though it did find an audience on VOD.
Emmett/Furla recently produced Universal’s hit war movie “Lone Survivor,” which has already grossed more than $77 million in the U.S. and earned a WGA nominator for Peter Berg.
Lohan is represented by Resolution and Untitled Entertainment.