Lindsay Lohan is keen to star in a British film.

The 28-year-old actress is currently in the UK whilst she stars in 'Speed-the-Plow' in London's West End but has plans to stay in the country after the show finishes in November.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, she said: ''I would love to do a British movie when I'm finished on the stage. I'm really settled here in London, so it would be great.

''Depending on the script, I'm open to all possibilities.''

Meanwhile, the actress's stage debut didn't go too smoothly when she fluffed her lines during the show's opening night.

Defending herself, she said: ''It could've been a disaster - but it wasn't by far.

''I respect people have an opinion, but I'm doing the best I can and will for the duration. I'm doing this because working makes me feel happy and this is a new venture for me.''

Recently, Lindsay - who has starred in huge movies like 'Mean Girls' and 'Freaky Friday' - has become better known for her wild party antics and run ins with the law rather than her acting.

She previously revealed that she took on the role in David Mamet's production so she could show off her acting skills and focus people's attention back towards her work.

She said: ''I'm at a point when I want a diligent routine and I really want to get back into work. And I wanted to do something different: people have certain perceptions of me and I wanted to change them by doing something like a Mamet play.

''I'm hoping it'll take away attention from me as a celebrity name and draw attention to the fact that I'm an actress.''