Liz and Dick wasn’t quite the “career relauncher” Lindsay Lohan had hoped it’d be. And that OWN reality show was doomed from the word “bull$h!t.”
Linds, nonetheless, remains undeterred in her bid to reclaim her status as one of Young Hollywood’s brightest stars. The sometimes-redhead is taking that effort to the other side of the pond: Lohan’s been cast in a revival of Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow, which is scheduled to begin performances on London’s West End in September.
The former “Mean Girl” has been cast in the role of Karen, a temporary secretary, in the latest revival of the Hollywood satire, the play’s producers announced Thursday. The role was originated by Madonna in the play’s 1988 production on Broadway.
Speed-the-Plow, which depicts two Hollywood executives trying to close a movie deal, will run at the Playhouse Theatre from Sept. 24 to Nov. 29.