Lindsay Lohan once again deletes all her social media content, hints at Batgirl role

The only post left on the actress' Twitter is a picture of her dressed as Batgirl, prompting people to think that she is hinting at (or hoping for) a future role

The actress posted this picture on her Twitter as her dressed as Batgirl.
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Lindsay Lohan has once again deleted all of the content from her social media, namely her Instagram and Twitter.

The only post on her Twitter account now is a picture of the actress dressed as Batgirl. This has prompted a flurry of tweets, retweets, comments and memes from people thinking that she is perhaps hinting at a future role. Most of them were unkind.

The DC Extended Universe has yet to cast an actress for Joss Whedon's upcoming movie, Batgirl, but Lohan is quite an unlikely candidate. Whedon said last year that he is looking for an unknown actress to fill the part. "I'm not against movie stars, they're great. But you need somebody who is going to be just right and in a situation like this, the name carries a lot of weight so it's not as critical," the director told Variety.

Lohan, who is normally quite active on social media, has given no indication of why she has cleaned out the accounts. Her Instagram page currently has no photos and her bio reads: ‘Salam Aleikum SEVEN WONDERS'.

This is not the first time Lohan shut off her social media: in January last year she also deleted all of the content on her accounts, that was just ahead of her move to Dubai.

During an appearance on American talk show The Wendy Williams Show, Lohan announced that she has plans to shoot a film in Saudi Arabia soon, and that she's also looking into designing an island in Dubai. She also told Williams that she was launching a make-up line from Dubai, and she posted a sneak peak of some products last week on her Instagram, however, the posts have since been removed.

We spoke to the award-winning Abu Dhabi-based filmmaker who will be making the Saudi Arabia-set film with Lohan this year - Nancy Paton told us that Frame will be shot in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, with the cast made up largely of Saudi and Emirati talent, and predominantly women.

Lohan has retained her Facebook posts, but it is a medium she rarely posts on.


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