Lindsay Lohan Will Fail At Porn Because She's Only Good At Playing Good Girls
Being an actress can be a tough occupation, particularly for someone who grows up in the spotlight, but thatís no reason to let your career spiral out of control. Whether itís mommy trouble, daddy trouble, drug trouble, or mental trouble, itís never too late to do a turnaround and make a comeback. However, playing a porn star is not the kind of comeback Iím talking about. Whether or not the rumors are true, the mounds of gossip youíre drowning in are not going to dry up by putting Inferno on your resume.
You had such a fantastic start. Not only do you headline The Parent Trap (twice) and share screen time with prominent actors like Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson, but youíre excellent in it. You were good, the industry recognized it, and work continued to come your way. You further solidified that bond with Freaky Friday, a grander scale film carried by the natural, genuine chemistry between you and Jamie Lee Curtis. Then it was bye-bye Disney, hello Mean Girls. The Santaís Little Helper outfit and naughty behavior pushed the boundaries of your good girl image, but, at heart, Cady Heron is just a good girl who loses her way in the high school jungle and your natural talent for playing a fresh-faced young woman makes her an endearing heroine.
If only you had acted like a professional on the set of Georgia Rule. Boyfriend drama or not, being ďirresponsible and unprofessionalĒ is unacceptable. Tack on a never-ending war with the tabloids, a miserable performance as a stripper, car crashes and family feuds and Lindsay, youíve really dug yourself quite a hole. Maybe itís time to get back to what worked. Yes, an actress needs the range to play the girl next door as well as the local lunatic, but you lost the chance to expand your ability when you became the local lunatic and since then youíve turned to playing strippers and alcoholics whose lives all too nearly mirror your own.
What youíve got to do now is reverse that offensive reputation youíve developed. Whatís the opposite of offensive? Wholesome! You need to bring back that normal, relatable, girl next door that weíve all grown to love. Hallie Parker, Annie James, Anna Coleman, Cady Heron! You need to play a character that audiences can like; thatís part of the reason everyone grew to love you at the start. A likeable character makes a likable actress.
Lucky for you, youíre a downright natural when it comes to playing the good girl, itís just been awhile since youíve done it. You have the ability to make an authentic connection to the audience through these good girl characters in a way that they no longer seem like on screen fallacies rather than a person we feel like weíve known all out lives. Itís time to be that person again for your sake and your fansí.
I concede that I donít know the exact direction Inferno will go in but Iím going to go out on a limb and assume that playing Linda Lovelace, historyís most notorious porn star, will put you in compromising positions. Yes, ultimately Lovelace did a 360 and ditched the adult entertainment industry for more noble efforts, namely joining the anti-pornography movement, but itíll be impossible to gloss over her nakeder days. Again, you could say that youíre merely playing a character, but youíre still representing yourself and your reputation just canít handle it at this point.
Maybe Inferno is your only option; maybe things are really that bad. That means you have a choice: take what you can get now or hold out for something that could offer more promising long term effects. Iíd recommend the latter. What to do while youíre waiting? Go away! And I mean that in a nice way. Go on a vacation. Iím not talking about hanging out in an LA apartment until dad comes looking for you and brings the media circus with him; disappear and spend some time on a remote island in the middle of nowhere. Better to remove yourself from the industry than send yourself further down the bad girl black hole.
Best of luck,
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