Remember when Lindsay Lohan was a role model for young girls everywhere?
Neither do we.
Before the troubled young actress starred as Elizabeth Taylor in a Lifetime biopic, she was a Disney darling, a role model with a burgeoning showbiz career. There was the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap, where Lohan played the role of identical twins, astounding viewers with her faux-British accent and natural acting chops.
Several years later, Disney asked Lohan to co-star alongside supermodel Tyra Banks in its original movie, "Life-Size," a film about a doll that comes to life. The telepic debuted on ABC's Wonderful World of Disney, attracting decent ratings and remaining a Gen Y made-for-TV-movie staple. Sadly, for the next decade, there was no sequel, prequel or spin-off series.