Lindsay Lohan's history of crime isn't keeping producers from wanting the troubled young actress for their upcoming movie projects. According to some source, the actress has already committed to star in Escaping the Game once her current rehab stint wraps up assuming she stays out of new trouble between now and then. She had originally been attached to star in the Linda Lovelace biopic before being fired once landing back in legal trouble.
Producer, Nathan Folks, considers her a lock for the part. To corroborate Folks' claim, Lohan recently tweeted that she met up with and chatted with "a future co-star" recently. That person is reportedly Chris Zylka who is in negotiations for a part.
In Escaping the Game, Lohan would play an investigator who is searching for celebrities whom have gone missing. Unbeknown to her - at least initially - they have become fed up with the limelight and have escaped to live out their lives on a private remote island upon faking their deaths. The film would shoot in the U.S. and abroad in Spain.
Folks has reportedly told Lohan that the only way he can insure her for the film is if she allows him to have a set of eyes on her 24/7. Lohan has apparently already agreed to these terms. This potential job for Lohan is contingent on her not landing in jail for her latest run-in with the law regarding the accusation that she swiped a $2.5k necklace. If she does stay out of jail and land the part then I'm guessing she can buy half the jewelry case that the necklace once called home.