According to The New York Daily News, the movie's writer and director told the Los Angeles Times he is '100 percent" behind his leading lady. "Not moving on, not recasting, not under any circumstances," Matthew Wilder wrote in an email to the Times on Tuesday, adding that the movie is "fully financed" and ready to go.
Willie Nelson's "The Dry Gulch Kid," will reportedly keep busy with their music video work until she is free again. One insider told MTV.com that the hoopla behind Lohan"s arrest might even increase publicity for her films. "Is Lohan more marketable now?" wrote Jeff Wells of Hollywood-Elsewhere.com. "Will raising the dough for 'Inferno' be a tad easier? I would think so."
New York (ANI): Despite being sentenced to 90 days in jail, Lindsay Lohan"s acting career is still on track. The troubled starlet's most eagerly anticipated role, as porn star Linda Lovelace in the indie biopic "Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story," is not in jeopardy, for one thing.