Is Lindsay Lohan on the verge of losing her role as Linda Lovelace in Inferno? Producers have been patient, but say there's definitely a Plan B in the works.
Director Matthew Wilder has stood by Lindsay through her legal woes, waiting for her to star as the legendary porn star. But he's exploring all options.
After all, Lohan will be in rehab at least until January 3 per court order, and it's unclear if she'll be rushing back to work even when she does get out.
Will Lindsay's Linda Lovelace biopic role be there when she gets out?
"We have been through a lot here, and although she is still our number one choice - we do have a Plan B if she cannot film Inferno," Wilder said.
"We have had a great response from other people who really want the part too. But we will wait until Lindsay has fulfilled all of her obligations."
Lohan's failed drug test in September forced Wilder and his producers to make plans beyond Lohan, who has not signed a binding contract, either.For what it's worth, Linds has been dong well in rehab and so far has followed the rules imposed on her by both her counselors and the courts.
Time will tell if she can really turn things around, and what role work will play in her life immediately following her discharge from Betty Ford.
She's born for this role, though. Here's hoping it works out.