Lindsay Lohan lobbies for Josh Whedon's Batgirl on Twitter but DC's film slate is as uncertain as her career

FP Staff

Jan 10, 2018 14:24:32 IST

The troubled American actor Lindsay Lohan is eyeing a big break with Joss Whedon directed DC character Batgirl, a solo superhero project in yet another attempt at reviving her fledgling career, which has seen several false starts, as reported by The Indian Express.

Lindsay Lohan lobbies for Josh Whedons Batgirl on Twitter but DCs film slate is as uncertain as her career

Lindsay Lohan. Reuters

Lindsay, who was once a teen star and America’s darling, saw her promising career slide into oblivion following substance abuse related scandals and trouble with the authorities. Her last movie was the experimental erotica The Canyons and most recently, a British series with Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint called Sick Note, which has a second season slated for next year.

However, a superhero lead would be a coup of sorts by the Mean Girls and Freaky Friday star, as she sent out a tweet to cajole her fans into pushing her for the project.

However as reported by The Indian Express, the future of the Batgirl project is not even clear yet, with Justice League not performing well for DC Films, the film slate for coming years is not yet certain despite Warner Bros not known to have altered anything so far.

Batgirl is a masked vigilante like Batman who inhabits the Gotham City universe like him and exhibits genius intellect, superior investigative skills, agility and combat skills. While both Heath Ledger’s casting as The Joker and Ben Affleck as Batman had also seemed like odd choices in the past, one can never be sure who could replicate the Wonder Woman level of success for DC Films in the near future.

Updated Date: Jan 10, 2018 14:24:32 IST

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