It’s been 16 years since the romantic comedy Just My Luck starring Lindsay Lohan and Chris Pine hit the big screen in 2006 on May 12th.
The film tells the story of Ashley Albright, the luckiest person in Manhattan, who kisses a stranger at a party and as a result loses all her luck.
Just My Luck didn’t exactly get a warm welcome with Rotten Tomatoes reviewers giving it a 14% rating based on 110 votes.
For her performance, for which she would be paid over £ 6.4 million, Lindsay was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress in 2007.
During filming, the actress experienced her bout of bad luck when she sprained her ankle that left her struggling to walk or put on heels.
So, after so many years, what have the cast of Just My Luck been up to and luck smiled at them?
Take a look below to find out what Lindsay Lohan, Chris Pine and co did after the film premiered in 2006.
Lindsay was already hugely popular prior to the release of Just My Luck, starring in blockbuster films like The Parent Trap in 1998 and the teen comedy Mean Girls.
After the negative reception of Just My Luck, Lindsay decided to focus on minor roles in more mature films.
By the time she was 20, Lindsay was constantly making headlines for partying, substance abuse, and her love life.
Various arrests, court appearances for drunk driving and cocaine possession, as well as for spending time in prison, cost her the acting job and her reputation.
She was also accused of being difficult to work on set, often arriving late and with a hangover.
In 2011, she was sentenced to four months in prison for stealing a £ 1,529 gold necklace from a shop in California.
The star said she is not contesting a minor charge.
The following year, Lindsay was arrested after allegedly punching someone in a Chelsea nightclub.
In an effort to change his life, he spent several months in rehab.
She then opened her first nightclub in Greece and started releasing new music and was signed as one of the speakers of the Australian edition of Masked Singer.
Eager to get her acting career back on track, the 35-year-old revealed that there are several projects she is currently working on, such as the romantic comedy Falling for Christmas, due out on Netflix later this year.
She currently lives in Dubai with her boyfriend Bader Shammas.
Hollywood heartthrob Chris Pine was already known for his role as Nicholas Devereaux in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement in which he starred opposite Anne Hathaway.
This was followed by appearances in the comedy Blind Dating and the action film Smokin ‘Aces before gaining worldwide recognition for playing James T Kirk in the 2009 Star Trek film.
His acting career took off later and he starred in various other films such as This Means War alongside Reese Witherspoon and Tom Hardy and People Like Us with Olivia Wilde and Elizabeth Banks.
In 2014, Chris pleaded guilty to drunk driving in New Zealand, where he filmed Z for Zachariah.
The Star Trek actor said he drank vodka at a local pub.
He was banned from driving for six months and ordered to pay around £ 50 in repairs.
Chris studied at the University of Leeds for one year as an exchange student as part of his English degree.
The 41-year-old is currently single after splitting from longtime actress and model girlfriend Annabelle Wallis.
Makenzie, who played little Katy in Just My Luck, appeared in X-Men: The Last Stand that same year.
The film was a huge success, grossing over £ 371 million at the box office.
Subsequently, she landed a supporting role in the supernatural series Ghost Whisperer and played Paige Hardwicke in the romantic film In the Land of Women.
Makenzie took a hiatus from movies the following year to focus on TV shows like The Good Wife in which she played Grace Florrick.
The 28-year-old married model Blair Norfolk in 2017 in a secret wedding.
Pop band McFly started in 2003 and has quickly amassed a loyal fan base.
Named after Marty McFly from the Back to the Future series, the band consists of Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd.
Shortly after appearing on Just My Luck, the band released the single Please, Please which is actually about Lindsay Lohan.
Various other successful albums followed such as Motion in the Ocean and Above the Noise.
In 2013 the band announced that they would join forces with Busted to create the supergroup McBusted.
Two years later, McFly returned and returned to tour in 2016.
A one-year hiatus followed during which the boys focused on solo projects before reforming in 2019 with a new album and tour.
They released a new album and announced their first solo show at the O2 Arena.
Following the success of the concert, McFly announced a return tour to the arena in 2020 which actually took place in September of the following year due to the pandemic.
Their sixth studio album Young Dumb Thrills was released in 2020.
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