With Lindsay Lohan's out-of-rehab status, production on "Poor Things" should be go on by now, but looks like that is not going to happen for good if looking on a report posted on New York Post's Page Six.
According to the gossip column, the flick's set designer Fontaine Beauchamp Hebb has sent an e-mail with the subject line "'Poor Things' Has Been Cancelled" to product vendors GE and Dell computers, which both were promised placement in the movie in exchange for cash. There he informed that producer Jack Gilardi Jr. has decided to pull the plug on the picture due to Lohan's return to the club scene on the heels of her departure from Promises treatment center.
"Apparently, Ms. Lohan's antics in Las Vegas over the weekend have scared the bond companies and all of the funding has been pulled . . . I look forward to working together in the future and trust our next project will not be as fraught with difficulty," so Hebb wrote.
The column further stated the insurers got worried that the star, in spite of her determination to wear an alcohol-monitoring device around her ankle and her claim to take daily drug tests, had gone out clubbing with her friends just one day after leaving the rehab facility. No comment yet from either the "Poor Things" producers or Lohan's representative, so do stay tuned to this site for future reports on the matter.