Teenagers throughout the world have a shared phobia of changing bodies with their mothers. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the novel Freaky Friday has been made into four films.
The most well-known adaptation of Freaky Friday is the 2003 movie with Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan as a mother and daughter who must learn to accept one another by exchanging bodies. One of the finest films of the 2000s, it continues to have a cult following, and a sequel is in the works. After all, we love relics from the past.
In order to uncover as much as we possibly can about the impending sequel, including its release date and its actors, we have examined the background of one of the greatest teen films ever created. If you don’t mind switching roles and telling us what occurred instead, I’ll tell you everything that happened right now.
Is The 2003 Movie Freaky Friday Having A Remake?
Yes! It is a remake of the 1976 comedy with Barbara Harris and 14 year old Jodie Foster. Shelley Long and Gaby Hoffmann from Now and Then starred in the 1995 television rendition of The Shining.
The Curtis-Lohan adaptation was directed by Mark Waters, who previously oversaw Mean Girls, a Lohan favourite from the aughts.