Mark Waters, who directed Lindsay Lohan in ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Freaky Friday’ tells People he’s willing to work with the troubled star, but first, she needs to grow up. “I’m certainly not going to be seeking her out until she gets her personal life in order,” said Waters, whose next film is ‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’. “On a business level, most companies aren’t going to want to take the chance making a movie with someone who is unreliable.” Waters added, “I think eventually, because she is good, she will get around to working again. She’s still so young. She’s only 21.” Read more.
No Tell-All Interview After Lindsay Lohan Car Jacking
A rep for Lindsay Lohan tells Usmagazine.com that the troubled 21-year-old has no plans to give an interview anytime soon. “There is absolutely no truth to the report that Lindsay is doing a tell-all interview with OK! Magazine,” the flack insisted. “Or anyone else this week. That is completely fabricated.”
Lindsay Lohan’s Drugs Belonged To Someone Else
Jimmy Kimmel joked during his ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ monologue on Wednesday night, “Good news today: Lindsay Lohan, it turns out, is innocent. She told Billy Bush of ‘Access Hollywood’, in an e-mail, that the drugs the police found on her weren’t hers. She said the drugs belonged to someone else. And her blood alcohol level belonged to Mischa Barton. … Is anyone else disturbed that the top news story in the world came out of Billy Bush’s BlackBerry last night? … If Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears are any indication, rehab works about as well as the Ab Roller.”