Apparently Lindsay Lohan doesn't mind being typecast. The scandal-plagued "Mean Girls" star and alleged jewel thief is looking to play a villainess in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Superman" reboot.
RadarOnline reports that the tough-as-kryptonite actress is heading to New York this week and plans to audition opposite a male actor who is being considered for the role of Lex Luthor, the Man of Steel's archenemy.
"Lindsay said she would be ecstatic to be part of the Superman movie," her pal Nathan Folks told RadarOnline. "It's a dream of hers."
Actually, playing leading lady Lois Lane was a dream of hers, according to the site, but that part went to Amy Adams so Lohan settled for the lesser, evil role. She'll reportedly read with Luthor wannabe Adam Harris, and it's believed they'll be teamed up on screen to deliver a Superman smackdown.
But Lohan—who is also said to be in talks to play slain starlet Sharon Tate in the upcoming Charles Manson biopic "Eyes of a Dreamer"—might have bigger battles ahead of her first. The superhero flick is set to begin filming in Vancouver in August—around the same time the star could find herself serving time in the pokey if she is found guilty of grand theft (she has been accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice, Calif., jewelry store).
Will Lohan be along for the ride? Stay tuned!