"The current analysis of how to proceed cannot be concluded until the court decision is known," the Mirror quoted producer Chris Hanley as telling E! News. He declared that, should the show go on, she would have to stay sober.
"Formally, the terms of the acting services agreement would be such that Lindsay would not violate any obligation she would have to fulfill with the court, with her probation, or with the production insurance," Chris added. "Informally, as far as I am concerned that would include being 100 per cent sober, yes. The actual contractual wording would be more legal to include making sure the movie production would not be compromised in any way."
Director Matthew Wilder said despite the constant change in the production schedule, the cast and crew are pulling together. "Every other part of the prep is going on regardless. It will work out one way or another," he added.
London (ANI): Lindsay Lohan"s upcoming flick is in jeopardy after an arrest warrant was issued for the Hollywood actress over failed drug test. Film bosses for the Linda Lovelace biopic 'Inferno", which stars the troubled 24-year-old as the infamous porn actress, are unsure as to whether production will continue.