Sienna Miller is replacing Jessica Biel as Hester Worsley in Myriad Pictures' adaptation of Oscar Wilde's play "A Woman of No Importance."
For the second time, Sienna Miller is taking over Lindsay Lohan's role, though this time she is not doing it directly like in "The Edge of Love", previously known as "The Best Time of Our Lives."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the beauty has been picked up to replace Jessica Biel as the leadstar in "A Woman of No Importance." Biel previously was appointed to fill in the part after Lohan decided to take departure from the project. It's unclear yet whether this has something to do with ensemble drama "Powder Blue" that the actress has just signed on.
The flick, a Myriad Pictures production, is loosely based on Oscar Wilde's play which tells about a young American girl who falls madly in love with the womanizing Lord Illingworth in the English countryside, but must fend off the menacing mother of Illingworth's illegitimate child. Also onboard to star are Annette Bening and Sean Bean, who will portray the mother and Illingworth, respectively.