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Report: Danny McBride Wants Lindsay Lohan for New Comedy Pilot

August 26, 2013 (7:55 am) GMT
The 'Eastbound and Down' actor has allegedly had serious talks with the 'Canyons' actress to star on a new show he's developing for HBO.
Report: Danny McBride Wants Lindsay Lohan for New Comedy Pilot

's guest-starring gig on "" may open the door for her to nab another role on TV show. Rumor has it, , a lead actor on the HBO show, now wants her to star in a new comedy pilot he's developing for the cable channel.

According to TMZ, McBride was impressed with Lohan's work when she filmed her scenes for the comedy series. They reportedly had serious talks on the set about the new show and she is said being interested in the idea.

The said comedy pilot which is still in development is being worked on by McBride with his producing partner Jody Hill. It is reportedly in the same comedic vein as "Eastbound" but set in a high school.

As reported before, Lohan would appear in the final season of "Eastbound" as the daughter of one of the show's main characters. She was spotted filming her scenes in Wilmington, N.C. earlier this month, during which she played a bride in a wedding scene set many years in the future.

The 27-year-old actress/singer reportedly did great on the set of the HBO series, arriving on time and memorizing her lines. She even got a standing ovation from the show's cast and crew as an appraisal of her work.

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