Despite a producer's statement that the actress has been cast in the film, a source reveals that 'she does have some reservations about doing the film.'
Michael Lohan, who recently expressed his disagreement on Lindsay Lohan playing a porn star, may get his wish fulfilled. After producer Wali Razaqi confirmed that the actress/singer has been tapped to tackle the role of Linda Lovelace in "Inferno", a source has stated otherwise and claimed the thing has not been set on stone.
"She is not officially locked into the movie yet," the source close to the star tells FOX News. "She does have some reservations about doing the film." The source further explains, "She is putting herself in a narrow box. Her photo shoots all look similar and now, she's considering starring in the Lovelace film about the famous porn star."
Previously, Razaqi stated in an interview with Los Angeles Times that the official announcement of Lohan's casting in "Inferno" will be released at 2010 Cannes Film Festival. The star was additionally said to appear at the event as part of the announcement.
Bill Pullman is attached to the biopic about the "Deep Throat" star to play Hugh Hefner. Principal photography allegedly will be kicked off this summer in Los Angeles for 2011 release schedule. Matthew B. Wilder is on board to direct it.