Jamie Lee Curtis has announced that a sequel to ‘Freaky Friday’ is in the works, accompanied by a single photograph.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

Jamie Lee Curtis confirmed that a sequel to the popular 2003 Disney film “Freaky Friday” is not only underway but already in production, as evidenced by an exciting picture she shared on Instagram. The 65-year-old actress reposted a photo from Disney Studios showing her alongside Lindsay Lohan, both stars of the original film where they switched bodies as mother and daughter. They posed in front of a trailer with each other’s names displayed in stars behind them.

Curtis captioned the post with enthusiasm, saying, “WE ARE FREAKING OUT because the Coleman’s are getting FREAKY AGAIN! @disney @disneystudios @lindsaylohan @nisha.ganatra.” In the snapshot, Curtis flashed a rocker symbol while Lohan smiled beside her.

Shortly after Jamie Lee Curtis’s announcement, the 37-year-old actress Lindsay Lohan posted a video on her Instagram showing the two of them posing for pictures in front of trailers, confirming the excitement for fans of the classic film who were eagerly anticipating a sequel.

Her caption was straightforward: “We’re Back.”

In Disney’s original post, the studio confirmed that the sequel to the body-switching comedy would be released next year.

Disney captioned their post with excitement: “The Colemans are back and coming to theaters in 2025! The sequel to Freaky Friday is now in production!”

Earlier this year, during Lindsay Lohan’s appearance on Andy Cohen’s Sirius XM show, the 37-year-old actress confirmed that she and Jamie Lee Curtis would be returning to reprise their roles as mother and daughter in the beloved coming-of-age film. Lohan hinted at the sequel, saying, “It is [happening]. I don’t want to say too much.”

The 2003 film “Freaky Friday” was a reboot of Disney’s original 1976 movie, where Jodie Foster played the daughter who swapped bodies with her mother, played by Barbara Harris. This comedic premise was based on Mary Rodgers’s 1972 novel of the same name.

Described on IMDb, the movie depicted “an overworked mother and her daughter [who] did not get along.” Their lives changed dramatically when they switched bodies, compelling each to adapt to the other’s life for one freaky Friday.

With a reported budget of $26 million, the 2003 adaptation proved to be highly successful, grossing $160 million worldwide at the box office, according to Yahoo Entertainment.

Lindsay Lohan’s role in the 2003 film was part of her notable appearances in various Disney productions. Prior to “Freaky Friday,” she starred in the 1998 remake of “The Parent Trap,” originally released in 1961 with Hayley Mills in the lead role. Lohan also featured in “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” in 2004.