Lindsay Lohan is ... Speechless!

by | April 28, 2006 | Comments

Lindsay Lohan and Adrien Brody have signed on to star in an indie rom-com called "Speechless," which I can only assume is NOT a remake of the deservingly forgotten 1994 rom-com starring Michael Keaton and Geena Davis. "Saved!" creator Brian Dannelly is writing and directing.

According to Variety, "Project, previously known as "The Guided Man," is a modern Cyrano de Bergerac story about an introverted man (Brody) who is invited to give a speech at his childhood friend’s wedding and turns to a service that allows someone — played by Lohan — to speak through him."

Production on "Speechless" will get underway later this year.

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