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Lindsay Lohan might not be back to toplining features yet, but sheís certainly taking baby steps in the right direction. On the same week the trailer broke for her documentary series on OWN, the starlet booked a guest starring role on the always popular 2 Broke Girls.
Hearing that the trailer for Lindsay Lohan's OWN reality series is out, my mind scanned through different expectations based on other celeb-reality shows. Maybe, in an effort to improve her image, we're about to see a sample of Lindsay presenting herself as though everything's perfect in her life right now. Or maybe it's going to look like the docu-series is aiming to earn the star sympathy from its audience, if only we'd understand her struggles.
By all accounts, Lindsay Lohan is really trying to turn her life around. The Liz & Dick actress has spent a considerable amount of time in rehabilitation, trying to stay away from the negative influences that caused her acting downfall and her repeated appearance in the tabloids. Now, the actress has signed on for her first big gig since leaving the recovery center.
Following in the footsteps of Rihanna and Lance Armstrong, Lindsay Lohan will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for an interview, which will take place in August after Lohan is finished with her court-ordered 90-day turn in rehab, which is set to finish up at the end of this month. What's more, she's set to star in her own docu-series, which is slated to air on Winfrey's OWN network later this year.
At the end, the ever-tough Letterman relents for a moment and praises Lohan for what is genuinely a brave TV appearance: "You have enough spine, enough sense of yourself, enough poise to come out here and talk to me." That moment of genuine praise makes Lohan tear up, and honestly, it made me tear up a little too. Lohan has been a punching bag for more than half of her career, and she knows it, and she shows the scars
Lindsay Lohanís been chomping at the bit to ascertain a new acting gig after The Canyons failed to be a low budget masterpiece and Liz & Dick failed to create good buzz over at Lifetime. She may not have found a lucrative lead role just yet, but she will be headed to TV, where she will team up with her Scary Movie 5 co-star, Charlie Sheen, during an episode of his hit comedy.
Lindsay Lohan has been having trouble with her finances for months. Despite this, the 26-year-old star has turned down several offers from ABCís popular reality competition series, Dancing with the Stars, to compete. Shockingly, itís not because the star believes she is worth more money. Instead, she thinks she is too good for reality television.
It seems like Lindsay Lohan has been everywhere lately. We just saw a photo of her for her appearance in Scary Movie 5, and then there were the headlines she made for another legal scuffle. And just the other day, we got a look at the poster for her upcoming Lifetime movie Liz & Dick, which will have Lohan playing the iconic Liz Taylor. A trailer for the film has arrived, which gives us thirty-second sampling of the drama that's set to unfold in the TV movie.
Weíve seen what lead actress Lindsay Lohan will look like channeling Elizabeth Taylor. However, after the Lifetime movie spent time over the summer shooting for the film and finally decided on a November release set, the network for women has finally put together the first promotional poster for Liz & Dick. Itís a pretty loud poster, but one that shows how great of a fit Lohan is for looking like the famed actress.
Although there has been one official shot and one not-so-official photo of Lindsay Lohan as Liz Taylor released, we havenít had a really good look at her in full costume and make-up: until now. Lifetime has released the first good look at Lohan as the iconic actress, along with a shot of True Bloodís Grant Bowler as Richard Burton.
After much speculation and months of talks, it was finally made official that Lindsay Lohan would play the role of Liz Taylor in Lifetimeís biopic Liz & Dick. Next it was a worldwide search for a leading man to play the other half of the title couple, Richard Burton. That ended with the casting of True Bloodís Grant Bowler. Now weíve finally got the first picture of the two as one of Hollywoods most famous supercouples.
Lindsay Lohanís leading man in the Lifetime biopic about Elizabeth Taylor has been cast. Grant Bowler of True Blood will take on the role of the man who may have been the love of Lizís life, Richard Burton. The Lifetime movie, title Liz & Dick chronicles their on-again, off-again relationship that included two weddings and two divorces.
A few months ago, Lifetime announced that they were not only developing an Elizabeth Taylor biopic but that Lindsay Lohan would be the one playing the iconic and troubled Hollywood beauty. Lohan, a more than troubled young starlet in her own right, was in negotiations to play the part for quite some time but the project never seemed to get off the ground while she, well, couldn't stop getting into trouble. Now that Liz & Dick is up and running, here's the first look at the actress as the actress.
Lohan is officially set to take on the role of Elizabeth Taylor in Lifetimeís original TV movie, Liz & Dick. Because the role will especially follow Taylorís romance with two-time husband Burton, who were married, divorced, re-married and re-divorced in the sixties and seventies, the role is bound to be a juicy one.
We learned last month that Lindsay Lohan would be making an appearance on an upcoming episode of Glee this season. We now have some details on what sheíll be doing and who might be guest-starring alongside her. Consider yourselves spoiler-warned from here on out!