Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for Lindsay Lohan, Nikki Finke's Deadline Hollywood Daily reports that Lohan has been dropped from the true-life crime flick, Manson's Girls. According to DHD, "people associated with the movie told agents that Lohan quickly became more of a deficit than an asset when they discovered that they couldn't find any name actresses who wanted to co-star with her. (And even some name actors...) So now Lindsay is off the pic."
Ouch, that can't be good for her self-esteem, although the gossip gal in me would have liked to hear the names of some of those "name actors".
The decline of Lohan has been well documented, but like most of us, I kind of assumed that she would be able to pull herself together. But other than a new TV gig and a laughable new song over at People Magazine's Web site, the high-profile offers aren't coming in like they used to. Gossip wags have already jumped on the story as an excuse to highlight her party lifestyle as the source of the problem -- but show me a Hollywood A-lister who doesn't have a few skeletons in their closet.
This is the second blow to Lohan's big comeback since her dance drama, Dare to Love Me, hit the skids. But all is not lost; she has a chance to turn this all around when she stars in the Jack Black comedy, Ye Olde Times. Otherwise, I'd start to look for Lohan in a future season of Celebrity Rehab.