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CBS Films Developing Freaky Monday, Follow Up to Freaky Friday

Buzz In: Cast the Freaky Friday Follow-Up!

The old body-switcheroo theme never dies: CBS Films is developing Freaky Monday, a teen comedy from the same production team that made the Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis 2003 hit, Freaky Friday.

It's the same premise as Friday, except for one thing; instead of switching bodies with her mother, the "smart but insecure" teen girl switches bodies with her English teacher for the day. No one's been cast yet, so it's time for you to make like a casting director and tell me who should play the leads in this movie.

Since the girl and the teacher aren't related, you can go in pretty much any direction. I immediately thought of Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig for the English teacher, and maybe Selena Gomez for the young girl — who do you think should star?

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genesisrocks genesisrocks 6 years
Maybe Demi Lovato? Don't know much about the tween Disney stars that would work for this movie.
cibele cibele 6 years
Well, they remaked 10 things I hate about you and I really like that little show. So I'm not going to judge.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
Abigail Breslin and Sandra BullockI think Abigail Breslin does well with these types of roles ("smart but insecure") and I'm guessing the English teacher will have to overcome some jadedness of her own, and I think Bullock does well with that type of character.Plus, I just like both of them.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
Abigail Breslin and Sandra Bullock I think Abigail Breslin does well with these types of roles ("smart but insecure") and I'm guessing the English teacher will have to overcome some jadedness of her own, and I think Bullock does well with that type of character. Plus, I just like both of them.
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 6 years
This movie sounds horrible.
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 6 years
This movie sounds horrible.
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