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Lindsay Lohan’s lifestyle is brilliantly put to words by Plum Miami writer Jacquelynn D. Powers in an incisive new magazine story titled The Long Goodbye, detailing how the actress showed the author both sides of her personality, for better or for worse, on a recent trip to South Florida.
Powers tells the story of how she shadowed the Mean Girls star for a few days, with a photo shoot and last but not least, an interview scheduled at the end of the weekend trip, prior to Lindsay beginning her 35-day house arrest sentence earlier this summer.
With sharp, unflinching words, Powers described the juxtaposition that is LiLo — ranging from a charming, generous, personable star-of-the-people, to an out-of-control Tinseltown snob constantly on the prowl for the next booze-drenched party.
Upon arriving at the Fort Lauderdale airport, Powers writes: “In the chauffeured Lincoln Navigator, it was all about puffing Parliament Lights and Miami chitchat with her entourage. Lindsay traveled with a revolving pack of pseudo-chaperones, whose most responsible member was her 17-year-old sister, Aliana.”
In another sequence, Lindsay, en route to one of the city’s top hot spots, shows off classic Hollywood arrogance despite being a long way from Sunset Boulevard.
“As we pulled up to the Fontainebleau, a bright-orange parking cone was blocking the entrance,” Powers writes. “Not accustomed to waiting, apparently, she lowered the carās window and shouted, ‘Move that cone. Iām Lindsay Lohan.’
āAnd it was done. This foreshadowed the arrogance and demanding personality she exhibited as her sweet-girl faĆ§ade started slipping.”
During another moment of observation, Powers noted that “Lindsayās aura — while professional — seemed almost melancholy. She was pretty and talented, albeit a little sad and weary. And constantly looking for drama, whether it was picking a fight with her younger sister … or freaking out over a lost pair of Zanotti heels.”
When she wasn’t looking for drama, Powers wrote, she was out painting the town red.
“Saturday was another night at LIV, and all that implies. Sunday was an all-day party in the penthouse and on the beach. When I arrived at The Raleigh at 7 p.m. to conduct my interview, even her handlers were incoherent. Car services were sent and rebuffed.
āEven Aliana departed, but Lindsay wouldnāt end the party … it was like watching the lights come on at a nightclub after-hours — not pretty.ā
So how did the interview itself go?
“I never got my interview,” Powers wrote. “My associates and I were exhausted from the constant demands, drama, outbursts, cancellations and tsoris from the Lohan clique.”
It all started with a comment made by Master of Horror Stephen King in Entertainment Weekly, referring to the upcoming remake of “Carrie,” the 1976 Brian DePalma film version of King’s first novel.
King wasn’t that jazzed about it unless the film could be directed by David Lynch or David Cronenberg. But a new Carrie? That got him thinking. “Lindsay Lohan as Carrie Whiteā¦ hmmm,” he remarked. “It would certainly be fun to cast.”
So NextMovie asked the original Carrie — Sissy Spacek — what she thinks about Lindsay Lohan reprising the role she made famous.
“I read about it and I was very flattered because they ran a picture of me and of Lindsay Lohan,” Spacek said at this weekend’s press junket for “The Help.” “I was like, ‘Oh my God, she’s really a beautiful girl’ and so I was very flattered. I was also flattered that they were casting someone to look like me instead of the real Carrie described in the book. It’s gonna be real interesting.”
According to TMZ, Lohan is excited (squeals!) at the prospect of playing the tortured teen with telekinetic powers who gets even with the cruel students who soak her with pig’s blood on prom night by creating an appropriately raging inferno. Those proverbial “sources close to Lindsay” told TMZ that the beleaguered actress is “stoked” and that working with King would be “epic.”
Let’s hope LiLo doesn’t get her hopes too high. Another recent rumor has young (and more age-appropriate) “True Grit” star Hailee Steinfeld, 15, sitting pretty for the role. And she certainly has that fresh-faced innocent look that Spacek had.
Think it’s a step down for the Oscar nominee? Not so fast. The Academy loved “Carrie.” In 1977, the horror film received Best Actress nods for Spacek, then 27, and Piper Laurie, then 44, who played her crazy, deeply devout mother.
MGM and Screen Gems are in cahoots about the project; Roberto Aquirre-Sacasa, who brought us the Broadway debacle “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark,” is writing the screenplay.
The actress has endured a difficult time of late. She has spent time in rehab and jail, and only recently finished a stint under house arrest after pleading no contest to stealing a $2,500 necklace.
Sheās now determined to get her career back on track, explaining that is whatās most important to her. The star was non-committal when asked if she is currently dating, but admitted past romances have taken up too much of her time. The 25-year-old had a high-profile on/off relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson and has also dated Wilmer Valderrama.
āNot reallyā¦ even if there was I wouldnāt tell you!ā she laughed, when asked if sheās in a relationship. āIām really happy right now just putting myself first and putting work first. Thatāsā¦ whatās really important to me. I didnāt do that for a very long time. When youāre growing up your relationships are your main priority and Iāve learned I need to love myself first and foremost.ā
Lindsay also spoke about her period under house arrest. Although many would think the experience would be awful, she found it enjoyable.
āI actually, this may come as a shock, but I really enjoyed it actually because I was able to get a lot of work done from home. It was very nice not to have to worry about cameras being outside,ā she told Australian radio programme the Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Lindsay also reiterated her plan to get stuck into work as soon as possible. Sheās appearing in upcoming biopic Gotti: Three Generations, and hinted she has other releases in the works too.
āThere are three projects which Iām going to be working on which I canāt say at the moment and I donāt want to jinx itĀ because itās not signed as of right now so I have to make sure that that happens. Iām really just looking to do my community service and get as much of that done as possible so I can just be there for work,ā she explained.
The troubled actress spent 35 days confined to her Californian home and was monitored by ankle bracelet in lieu of jail time for taking a necklace from a boutique and violating the terms of her 2007 conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) last month.
The āMachete’ star was grateful for the punishment as it gave her an opportunity to stay out of the limelight.
She told Australia’s 2Day Fm radio station: “I enjoyed it, actually, as I was able to get a lot of work done from home, and it was very nice not to have to worry about cameras being outside.”
Lindsay also clarified when her ankle bracelet went off during her house arrest it was because of a false alarm.
She explained: “It was actually the people who work with the ankle braces [fault]. The battery had died in the machine, It was a lot of drama for no reason.”
Since she was freed on June 29, Lindsay has started her court ordered 480 hours of community service at the Los Angeles Downtown Women’s centre and maintained her new low-key lifestyle, cancelling a planned 25th birthday party at the beginning of this month to spend time with only a handful of friends and family.
Speaking of her birthday, on July 2, she added: “I literally just had dinner with my closest friends and sister then had some friends over at my house and that was it, it was nice. They didn’t tell me where I was going so that was a little surprise.”
Lindsay is now hoping to continue her acting career and has signed up to appear in ‘Gotti: Three Generations’, which is due to start shooting next year.
She is also keeping coy about any potential love interests.
When asked if there is anyone special in her life, she replied: “Not really. Even if there was I wouldn’t tell you! I’m really happy now, and I’ve learned I need to love myself first and foremost.”
it’s been a number of years since Lindsay Lohan scored a truly juicy role, thanks to a number of professional setbacks related to her unreliable behavior both on and off production sets.
But now, Lindsay’s name has been linkedāin the tabloids, anywayāto a very interesting project, indeed. Now that Casey Anthony has been acquitted of murder charges, the likelihood that there will be a film based on her sordid saga has skyrocketed.
Could Lindsay be just the gal to play a stonefaced liar who everyone believes is guilty? Maybe: She’s definitely generated just as much controversy and ire, if not more.
Last week, an industry insider speculated that Kristen Stewart would make a great Casey Anthony on the big screen, thanks to her “deer in the headlights” look.
Lindsay Lohan says she should never have gone to jail.
The ‘Mean Girls’ actress – who recently completed her 35-day house arrest, which was in lieu of jail time for her stealing a necklace from an upmarket boutique and violating the terms of her 2007 conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) – spent time behind bars for the violation of her probation last year but feels she was treated very harshly.
Asked what she thought of her sentence, Lindsay said:“Unless you’re a killer, I don’t see a reason to stay there. I never hurt anyone but myself.”
Lindsay says she wants to put all her problems behind her and concentrate on her acting career, after signing up to appear in mob movie ‘Gotti: Three Generations’.
She told Vanity Fair Italy: “In October, I’ll begin work. I hope to spend next year on set.”
Lindsay – who completed a three-month court-ordered rehab stint in January after being released from prison – recently revealed she has made “a lot of mistakes” in her life.
The 25-year-old star – who shot to fame in 1998 Disney film ‘The Parent Trap’ at the age of just 11 – said: “I think that being young and in the position that I was in you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have. It was all a whirlwind but I’m not a kid anymore I’m 24 and I’ve made a lot of mistakes but I feel like if I can just stay focused I can achieve what I want to achieve.”
Troubled star Lindsay Lohan, who completed her house arrest term recently for violating her 2007 DUI probation, said she should never have been sent to jail.
The 25-year-old actress, who was confined to her house for 35 days due to jail overcrowding after allegedly stealing a necklace from a boutique and violating probation terms, said she was treated very harshly, reported Vanity Fair online.
“Unless you’re a killer, I don’t see a reason to stay there. I never hurt anyone but myself,” Lohan said.
TheĀ Mean GirlsĀ star said that she wants to put all her problems behind her and concentrate on her acting career, after signing up to appear in mob movieĀ Gotti: Three Generations.
“In October, I’ll begin work. I hope to spend next year on set,” she said.
Lohan who completed a three-month court-ordered rehab stint in January after being released from prison – recently admitted she has made “a lot of mistakes” in her life but blamed them on being young and naive.
“I think that being young and in the position that I was in, you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have. It was all a whirlwind but I’m not a kid anymore. I’m 24 and I’ve made a lot of mistakes but I feel like if I can just stay focused I can achieve what I want to achieve,” Lohan said.
“We were in East Hampton, the photos were for Vogue Bambini, my first cover. To be on that set, I begged my mother to tell the teachers that I was sick. I remember very well the feeling of those first times in front of the camera: I adored him, literally. A young girl’s mother prayed to take samples. My father has never really part of my life, but my mother has always been there, the only person I could count. ” Lindsay Lohan says so Vanity Fair , which devotes its cover – on newsstands July 6 – the first photos taken during the last days under house arrest at his home in Los Angeles. From 2007 to present, has spent more time in court that on the set, after an incident and two arrests – 84 minutes in jail in 2007 and 13 days in 2010 – for driving while intoxicated and possession of cocaine, which have resulted in three years probation, a requirement to follow a program to recover from addiction to alcohol and drugs and ten days of volunteer work in social services.
Since then, Lindsay Lohan has been in and out of rehab four times. Finally, last January, the last sentence under house arrest due to an accusation of theft: just emerged from a clinic for drug addicts, Lindsay had stolen a necklace worth $ 2,500 from a jewelry store in Los Angeles, but she claims to not having done so, even if the court has not declared innocent. “I did not steal the necklace. I chose not to declare either guilty or innocent (n is called the American judicial system and no contest, and serves to avoid prosecution in exchange for a reduced sentence ed), otherwise I risked going to jail no, I repeat, have done nothing . She saw my jewels: it seems that I need to go around to steal? The summons to court after the alcohol test, then, had no basis (in February, in fact, the expired ban on consuming alcoholic beverages , ed.) Who had tried to get me wrong, it also said the judge. “
The upper two floors there are rooms, one of Lindsay with a canopy bed and a room-closet full of clothes, and finally the roof terrace.
He pulls out a powder pink fur jacket and a gun: “I have a gun but it is empty, I keep it in case anyone tried to enter my house.”
Lindsay is optimistic for the future “Finally I can leave home and begin immediately to pay the volunteer women’s community center which is located here in Los Angeles. It is a place where women can try to rebuild their lives. Too bad there are also children: I would like to work with them, they are my passion. “
And my career? “At the end of August will end voluntary, and in October I will begin to work. I hope to spend the next year on the set. ” ( In fact, the actress, already in its first day of freedom, has been targeted by the paparazzi that have taken a series of pictures after her birthday party by suggesting that it was already drunk , ed)
Sure there is a project: a film about the history of the Mafia of Gotti family. “The script was rewritten to give more space to my character, Kim ( the daughter of crime boss John , ed.) Barry Levinson is directing, is about to sign Al Pacino, John Travolta has already done it: he’ll be the star. “
Between courts, jails and rehab, Lindsay Lohan has certainly lost years of his career, but this does not seem to care that much, and Vanity Fair said: “I want to be an actress and I’m good. You learn from your mistakes, right? “.
And then: “What have I done bad? When I was in, I found myself sitting next to women who had killed someone. Unless you are a killer, I do not see a reason to stay there. I never hurt anyone but myself. All through periods not. I’m struggling to get out. And I have enough courage to do it in public. “
The full interview number 27 on Vanity Fair on newsstands from July 6.
Source: Vanity Fair Italy | Translated By Google Translator
Instead of jetting off to the Hamptons or LA to celebrate her birthday and her release from 35 days of house arrest, Lindsay Lohan reportedly opted for a quiet family meal at home.
The ‘Mean Girls’ star had been under house arrest for stealing a 2,500 dollars necklace, and had initially been sentenced to 120 in county jail, a sentence that was reduced due to the judge deciding that Lohan was ”non-violent”, reports the New York Daily News.
“She opted to stay in California instead of coming to New York because she has community service and wanted to concentrate on that. She”s doing really, really, really well,” Contactmusic quoted her father Michael as revealing the reasons for Lindsay”s decision to stay home.
Her community service requires her to attend a women”s shelter, where she must complete 360 hours of service and she also has to attend an anti-shoplifting class.