Star's pricetag has skyrocketed since 'Mean'
After six years, actress-turned-musician Lindsay Lohan has exited the Endeavor Agency and is understood to be signing with CAA, though the percentery’s spokesman could not confirm the move at deadline.
Lohan, who started with Endeavor as a child star, has seen her fame and pricetag rise over the last few years. In July, she nabbed a payday north of $7 million to topline “Lady Luck” at New Regency and 20th Century Fox.
Her big breakout hit came with Disney’s remake of “Freaky Friday.” Thesp then reteamed with “Friday” helmer Mark Waters on “Mean Girls” for Paramount, though she also starred in “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” for the Mouse House.
She will next be seen in Disney’s “Herbie: Reloaded,” a remake of “Herbie the Love Bug,” produced by Robert Simonds.
Lohan is attached to a number of upcoming projects, including Col’s “I Dream of Jeannie,” for helmer Gurinder Chadha, and romantic comedy “Dramarama” for Warner Bros.