In the latest issue of Interview Magazine, Lindsay Lohan basically says that she is as good as any other actress working today, especially those that are her age and she wants those roles.
"What hurts me the most is that I work just as hard as any other actress around my age, like Scarlett Johansson, but I just don't get the opportunities that they get because people are so distracted by the mess that I created in my life. But that doesn't mean it's going to last forever."
I'm glad she is taking responsibility for the mess she created in her life, but I don't see any signs of it getting better. She was given another chance with the Ugly Betty part and she totally messed it up. I am actually surprised they didn't reshoot the episodes they disliked Lindsay so much. She was given an opportunity to be on a Top 20 show on network television for four to six episodes and if she did great you know they would have put her on more. Instead, she pissed everyone off and hated working more than a few hours in a day. I'm sure Lindsay would say it was the wrong situation and that if someone would give her a movie she would rock it. Well don't be fooled. People do offer her roles. The thing is she won't take them because they don't pay enough. She wants to be in a studio film with a $100M budget and she is getting indie offers. I hate the sense of entitlement. I hate it, I hate it, I hate it. Do you know how many actors and actresses are in LA right now? Thousands upon thousands and lots have more talent than Lindsay. Lots of them. They would kill for any one of those indie roles Lindsay the unemployed actor thinks are beneath her. If you enjoy acting, then act. Act in anything that comes your way. All this shows to me is that Lindsay wants to be rich and famous and doesn't give a crap about acting. So f**k her and f**k her family and unless she does something completely insane, she is on suspension from the blog. Someone needs to kick her in the ass.
In the interview she complains about the press and how they follow her everywhere. Yeah, and if they didn't show up one day she would do something to get them back. I hope no director ever casts her again. Find some other 22 year old out there who wants to do a good job and cares more about the role than the paycheck or how big the trailer is.