Jamie Lee Curtis has sent fans into a frenzy with a recent Instagram post that many are taking as a hint at a possible sequel to the 2003 film “Freaky Friday.”
The post features a “then-and-now” photo of Curtis and her longtime friend and costar, Lindsay Lohan. The pair recreated a snap from 2003, taken while filming the original “Freaky Friday” movie.
In the caption, Curtis wrote: “I love when the internet makes me look back in wonder and delight! @lindsaylohan @disney”
Fans quickly flooded the comments section with messages of love for the actresses and their iconic film. Many expressed their hope that a sequel would soon materialize.
“Freaky Friday with you and Lindsay is such an iconic classic! Definitely deserves a cool rockin’ sequel?😎🎸🤟” one fan suggested.
“Please tell me a remake is coming out?” another asked.
Curtis has previously hinted at the possibility of a “Freaky Friday” sequel. Just last year, she told Today that there was “definitely some chatting” about a follow-up to the beloved film.
“Freaky Friday was so great, it has so much nostalgia to it. Young people love it, the people that grew up with it now are moms, they’re showing it to their kids,” she said. “The music, Lindsay (Lohan)—it’s just a great movie and it makes kind of a little bit of sense that we would do it again.”
While there has been no official confirmation of a “Freaky Friday” sequel, Curtis’ recent Instagram post and her previous comments have given fans plenty of reason to believe that it could be in the works.
The original “Freaky Friday” was a box office success, grossing over $160 million worldwide. The film was also praised for its performances, with Curtis and Lohan receiving particular acclaim.
If a sequel does happen, it is sure to be a highly anticipated event for fans of the original film. Curtis and Lohan are both still immensely popular, and the premise of the film is timeless.
In the meantime, fans can enjoy the “then-and-now” photo that Curtis shared on Instagram. It is a heartwarming reminder of their friendship and their iconic film.