At her first Sundance, an optimistic Lindsay Lohan promotes Inconceivable

This week at Sundance Lindsay Lohan made a special trip to promote her latest offering ‘Inconceivable’. The 27 year-old actor appeared at the independent cinema showcase as both a producer and a star in the new film. This is Lohan’s first trip to Sundance, and the actor seemed right at home promoting the project.
With her was the financial backer to ‘Inconceivable,’ a man by the name of Randall Emmett. Lohan is on a tight schedule for the film, if everything goes according to plan, as she announced that shooting will begin as early as March 2014.
According to the announcement briefing, the film will be a psychological thriller, at its center will be a young woman who is searching for something that she had previously lost. Lohan and guests couldn’t comment on a cast, or what directors were lined up for the project at this time, but more information will be revealed at a later date.
Emmett had nothing but praise for the young actor, stating that Lohan was “one of the greatest young actresses of her generation.” The general buzz surrounding the announcement seemed to be one of optimism and intrigue. Lohan looked fantastic at the event, thanking the Sundance Institute for having her, and glad to be back at work on a new film.