Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen get into bed for a sexy scene for "Scary Movie 5," the latest sequel in the hit parody horror film franchise.
They are seen in a new photo released on Thursday by The Weinstein Company, the distributor of the flick, which is set to hit theaters in April 2013. The photo depicts the movie's opening scene.
Lohan, 26, and Sheen, 47, are among the most popular celebrities in the world and are both known for their past partying ways, battles with drug and alcohol addiction and legal woes.
"Scary Movie 5" tells of three dancers who compete for the lead part in a new production helmed by a shady director. Other cast members include Ashley Tisdale of "High School Musical" and "Hellcats" fame and Kate Walsh from ABC's "Private Practice.
Anna Faris, who rose to fame with her lead role in the first "Scary Movie" in 2000 does not star in the latest installment of the franchise, which spoofs the "Scream" thriller films. She gave birth in August to her first child, a baby boy. Faris reprised her role as Cindy in the previous three "Scary Movie" sequels, the last of which was released in 2006.
Sheen appeared in the third and fourth "Scary Movie" as Tom Logan, Cindy's former brother-in-law, who has an accident involving Viagra.
Lohan, a former child star who rose to fame with movies such as "The Parent Trap" and "Mean Girls," is trying to resurrect her acting career after a slew of legal woes over the past few years, during which she served five stints in jail. In March, a judge ruled that Lohan has fulfilled all her probation requirements stemming from a 2007 DUI and cocaine possession case.
On Wednesday, she was arrested in New York on suspicion of striking a pedestrian with a car and leaving the scene of the alleged accident. Her spokesperson told OTRC.com: "While some of the facts are still being gathered, it appears that this is much ado about nothing. We are confident this matter will be cleared up in the coming weeks and the claims being made against Lindsay will be proven untrue."
Lohan recently filmed the Lifetime Television movie "Liz & Dick," in which she plays the late Hollywood sex icon Elizabeth Taylor, and an indie film called "The Canyons," based on a script by "American Psycho" author Bret Easton Ellis.
Sheen was famously fired from the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" last year after months of personal turmoil, including a rehab stint that had delayed production, and amid a public meltdown. He made a comeback with the FX sitcom "Anger Management," which debuted earlier this year and was renewed in August for 90 more episodes.