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Lindsay Lohan plans Unforgettable TV, movie projects
With her latest movie already heading straight to the small screen, Lindsay Lohan is looking to develop fresh projects for TV with her newly formed Unforgettable Prods.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lohan formed Unforgettable with Kristi Kaylor, who already runs the "Herbie: Fully Loaded" star's 6126 fashion line.
Up first on Unforgettable's slate are a pair of TV projects, including a dating show tentatively titled "That's What Friends Are For," a docu-cause reality series and a scripted show called "Faux Real," described as "Entourage" in the fashion world.
In addition, the company is planning on optioning a number of books as potential projects for both television and film. Lohan, last seen in an arc on ABC's "Ugly Betty" and in the Razzie-winning classic "I Know Who Killed Me" can next be seen in ABC Family's "Labor Pains."
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