Last summer Lindsay Lohan filmed the super low-budget indie flick, “The Canyons” which was meant to jump start her comeback but turned out to be the worst thing that ever happened to her.
The NY Times has just published an 11-page expose based on interviews with “The Canyons” director, writer, and producer and first-hand experiences from the set and calls the article, “Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan In Your Movie.”
If Lindsay already had one foot in the grave, this interview will ensure she NEVER works as an actress ever again.
Here are the most scandalous revelations from the article:
Director Paul Schrader and Producer Braxton Pope fired Lindsay before filming began after she missed several meetings:
“Pope finally reached Lohan, telling her she was done. Lohan began to cry and begged for another chance. Pope told her that Schrader had made up his mind.
Lohan headed for the Orlando. She pounded on doors until she found Schrader’s room. As she banged on his door, she texted him manically. Schrader could hear her crying but wouldn’t let her in.
The hotel manager rang up to ask if he should call the cops. Schrader told him no and sat down on his bed. Lohan stayed out in the hall sobbing for another 90 minutes before she finally left.”
Lindsay Parties With Lady Gaga Until 5:30 a.m.:
“The next morning, Lohan was scheduled to shoot at Café Med, a West Hollywood restaurant. But when I arrived, Pope was on the verge of panic.
‘Lindsay was out with Lady Gaga till 5:30 a.m. Her call was 6 a.m.’
By 9 a.m., Lohan was lying down in a Café Med booth with her hands over her eyes shading them from imaginary sunlight. The production had the restaurant only until 11. Schrader paced, breathing heavily.
A doctor arrived and took Lohan’s blood pressure. He walked over to Pope and Schrader. His diagnosis: An inner-ear infection. She was done for the day.”
Lindsay’s Bad Attitude On Set:
“ ‘Lindsay, you held the cigarette up in the last take, now you have it down. Let’s do it again,’ the director tells her.
Lohan sighed. Now that shooting had begun, she had the power.
‘Sorry, Paul, I guess you’ll have to fire me again.’
By midweek, Schrader and Lohan were locked in battle. One afternoon, he shot some of the lead-up to the movie’s pivotal sex scene. Lohan wasn’t happy.
‘I hope you got my triple chin on that one,’ Lohan said to no one directly. ‘That shot was hideous.’"