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See What It Was Like Working With Lindsay Lohan on THE CANYONS In Great Detail With This New York Times Magazine Article

With all the craziness that follows Lindsay Lohan, have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually share a movie set with her?

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lindsay-lohan-the-canyonsWith all the craziness that follows Lindsay Lohan, have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually share a movie set with her?  Now, you could hear all about it in great detail….

A new article has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, and it is absolutely fascinating, describing in great detail all the trials and tribulations that came along with hiring Lohan for her most recent, ultra-low budget flick, THE CANYONS. It seems like almost nothing is off limits, with the author sharing the struggles director Paul Schrader faced as Lohan fought him on everything from casting and his directing style to getting naked for the film’s climactic sex scene (shot in a single 14 minute take…).  Some highlights include:

–Lohan being fired before the start of filming and screaming and crying outside of Schrader’s hotel room door for 90 minutes before leaving
–Lohan crossing out and replacing names of already cast co-stars in her script, including male lead James Deen
–Lohan and manager Steve Honig jumping out of a preapproved car one day while heading out for lunch, all because they insisted on going out without a chaperone.
–The crew being forced to film an important scene completely handheld to accommodate Lohan’s acting. 

And if you’re automatically assuming (as I initially did) that much of the article could be exaggerated, TMZ is reporting that Lohan admits most of the incidents described are true, except for one episode of drunk driving (you’ll see). 

Click here to read the entire article (trust me, the five minutes is completely worth it…), and be amazed at what the experience of working with Lindsay Lohan is like. 

Sadly, while the article is a fantastic read, in the end, THE CANYONS was rejected from Sundance and producers are still trying to find a buyer.

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POP UPDATE: Justin Bieber, “Friends” For Life, And The Critics Choice Awards

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We’re going to be doing some quick video updates whenever we can! Here’s the latest! Justin Bieber begging for streams, (while you can hear him chew – ew), the ladies of Friends reunited, and mother nature. Take a look!

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Courteney Cox’s Instagram Caption Is Every Parent With A Teenage Kid

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Have you heard? It’s 2020 and we’re all supposed to music videos on TikTok. Courteney Cox is no exception. The TV star posted an instagram of her and her daughter Coco dancing it out, with the hilarious caption, “Wanna see your child lose their patience? Do a TikTok with them.”

Also, how long does it take to actually learn one of these routines? It seems very time consuming.

What I was really hoping for was video of her daughter losing her patience, but what we got was a pretty strong routine!

 

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Wanna see your child lose their patience? Do a TikTok with them. #familyaerobics

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Former Law And Order Actress Representing Herself In Court? Diane Neal Claims Her Attorneys In Abuse Case Dropped Her, Leaving Her To Fend For Herself

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In an emotional, now deleted instagram post, actress Diane Neal claims her attorneys have dropped her – leaving the actress who once played assistant district attorney Casey Nowak to try her hand at being an attorney in real life.

Neal has been embroiled in a vicious legal battle that has spanned more than two years. It began when Neal filed a lawsuit alleging her ex, magician JB Benn, was a “manipulative and maniacal fraudster,” who had “defrauded her of millions” and “violently inflicted emotional distress,” according to The Daily Beast. She claims Benn subjected her to “a campaign of isolation, terror and (physical and sexual) assault, and destroyed her reputation.” She also claims he once cut her dogs throat. In turn, Benn has a lawsuit against Neal, claiming she owes him money for property they shared, and that she frequently threatened him. Part of his case: a damning recording in which the female voice, which he claims is Neal, threatens him and his dog. Listen to that tape HERE. It’s intense.

The truth is, the story is so full of battling accusations that it’s probably best to read the FULL list chronicled in this Oxygen article.

But today, in an emotional instagram post which she later deleted, (but copies have which have been retained and posted) a dramatic turn. Neal claims her attorneys have dropped her with no warning.

She speaks directly to her camera phone, saying, “So this is my version of hell. And there he is walking right past me right there” she says, referencing a man whose face cannot be seen. “So, I have been put in a situation by my own attorneys who decided to drop me as a client yesterday afternoon with absolutely no warning, wherein I have to represent myself in court. Because this is what happens to victims of abuse. My attorney yesterday accused me of having an inappropriate relation with (unintelligible**), which is not at all even remotely, a thousand times not true. Has done all kinds of things and … saying it was my fault for being abused. So wish me luck. It’s terrifying, but I am doing this for every woman who can’t do it for themselves. I stand for all of us.”

**please note that the words here were difficult to make out. We have our interpretations but don’t want to speculate without confirmation.

It’s unclear what the nature of the current court hearing is intended to cover today.

 

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Right now!

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Neal played Casey Novak on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for five seasons,and continued her acting career on NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, Suits and 30 Rock. Most recently she became involved in politics, running as an independent for the U.S. House of Representatives in New York’s 19th congressional district.

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