Profane Audio Clip Leaks As Lindsay Lohan is Under Attack From Her Latest Movie

Well, if Lindsay Lohan wasn’t unemployable at this point, she might be now.

The troubled actress has spent that last 24 hours or so battling off a series of image-attacking reports from “The Canyons,” the recently-completed film that promised yet another comeback, this time under the tutelage of legendary writer/director Paul Schrader (“Taxi Driver”) and author Bret Easton Ellis (“American Psycho).

First, The New York Times unleashed a lengthy, nightmarish tale of the 26-year-old actress and her adventures on the set of the steamy film about a privileged Los Angeles man and his various sexual trysts. Entitled “Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie,” it’s a long but very compelling read that depicts – including other things – Lohan not showing up for rehearsals, talking about her filmmakers and co-stars behind their backs, driving drunk, getting fired and then re-hired from the film, taking sleeping pills and trying to get essentially every one of her co-stars fired.

One would think that such an article would result in a terse denial from the target. But instead Lohan has been saying that the article was pretty accurate, disputing only the drunken driving part.

Now, as if we needed any more proof that “The Canyons” was a nightmare for all involved, along comes an audio clip that essentially turns the Times article into a multimedia presentation. The audio captures Lohan, Schrader and leading man James Deen (a porn star who Ellis got hired, convinced he was on the verge of becoming a major star) exchanging heated words as the director simply tried to get his leading man and leading lady to rehearse a scene. Making things even more cruelly ironic, the two actors who clearly hate each other are supposed to end the scene with a kiss.




“I know it’s for fun for you, but let’s do it,” Lindsay says in the clip to Deen, perhaps alluding to the pornographic background that the Times article says she became uncomfortable with when it came time to do a nude love scene with the star and two other porn actors. Even when it comes to continuity, she is accusatory towards her co-star: “[You were] On the other box. No, you weren’t on the other box. That’s a lie.”

“This what I do,” Schrader interjects, trying to explain to Lindsay the method that has kept him in Hollywood for 5 decades. “We are going to do a rehearsal, take it all the way through on the lips.”

When Deen seems confused, Lohan erupts: “What’s your lines? No but can you do, please James, say your lines as you’re walking over, because we are doing rehearsal with the lines, are we not? Do your f-cking job!”

“Alright, I’ve had enough already.” says Schrader, who by our count has been involved in about 8 above-average-to-classic films (including “Taxi Driver,” “American Gigolo,” Raging Bull,” “Affliction” and “Auto Focus”) to Lindsay’s one (“Mean Girls”).

There had been signs in the past that “The Canyons” was a troubled production, but all this new stuff makes Lohan’s “Georgia Rule” behavior look exemplary by comparison. Rumor has it that the film is not very good, and may eventually have to settle for a straight-to-DVD release.

Lindsay, we’re getting so sick of repeating this mantra now that we feel like we should have t-shirts made: Slow down. Knock off the crap. Surround yourself with good directors, producers, writers and co-stars, then trust them to bring out the promise in you that we all fell in love with a decade ago. Do it now, before this inevitable storyline makes you the next Corey Haim.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.