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Lindsay LohanScientists say that the body regenerates cells so often that every seven years we have an entirely new body.

In Hollywood, that means it's time to do another body-switching comedy -- this time with 'Freaky Monday,' a sequel to 'Freaky Friday,' the 2003 Lindsay Lohan-Jamie Lee Curtis Disney hit that earned $110 million. Lindsay LohanScientists say that the body regenerates cells so often that every seven years we have an entirely new body.

In Hollywood, that means it's time to do another body-switching comedy -- this time with 'Freaky Monday,' a sequel to 'Freaky Friday,' the 2003 Lindsay Lohan-Jamie Lee Curtis Disney hit that earned $110 million.

CBS Films and producers Andrew Gunn and Mark Waters have optioned the story from Heather Hach, the Tony-nominated writer of 'Legally Blonde: The Musical' whose 1973 novel spawned the original 1976 flick with Jodie Foster, as well as the Lohan remake.

The twist this time is that the bright but insecure girl trades bodies with her junior-high English teacher for a day. (Some kids will do anything for an "A.") Meanwhile, there's no word on whether Lohan has been approached to play the teacher. And would anyone want to switch places with her these days?

What do you think: Should Lindsay Lohan sign on for 'Freaky Monday'?