Lindsay Lohan has concluded to drop her starring role in "A Woman of No Importance" to focus on her recovery.
Wanting to put more "focus on getting better" in taking care of her personal health at Laurel Canyon's Wonderland Center, Lindsay Lohan has decided to quit the cast of "A Woman of No Importance" which Annette Bening also stars in.
"Lindsay is sad that she's unable to finally get to work with Annette, because she's a huge fan and respects her," Lohan's publicist Leslie Sloane Zelnik told People magazine.
An adaptation of Oscar Wilde's play of the same title, "Importance" centers on a woman whose past comes back to haunt her when the man who left her with a child becomes the potential employer of their illegitimate son. Howard Himelstein is penning the script for Myriad Pictures as well as seating as producer alongside Sarah Radclyffe and Donald Zuckerman.
As for Lohan, the beauty, as said by her publicist, in the meantime will be taking a few more months of downtime before she joins the press tour for her upcoming vehicle "Georgia Rule." The actress previously opted to not attend both Sundance Film Festival and Screen Actors Guild Awards in which she got nominated together with her "Bobby" co-stars for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.