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Lindsay’s Not So Sure About Doing That Porno Anymore

A photo of Lindsay Lohan

And by “porno,” of course I mean the movie that Lindsay is supposed to do with porn star James Deen. The movie where the actors were warned that they’d be required “to act and be full frontal naked banging girls and guys realistically.” That’s a porn, right?

Anyway, arguing about the terms seems kind of senseless at this point, because Lindsay’s not even sure that she wants to do it anymore:

Lindsay Lohan hasn’t yet signed the contract to star in Bret Easton Ellis’ new movie, The Canyons, because of concerns about being nude in the movie, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

As we previously reported, Lindsay, 25, has been cast in the famed author’s next movie. He tweeted the news on Monday, saying: “Shooting THE CANYONS starring James Deen and Lindsay Lohan: July 9-31 in L.A. Could not have dreamed of a better cast. Lindsay nailed it…”

The description of the movie on Imdb is “Youth, glamor, sex and Los Angeles, circa 2012,” which seems to be a perfect fit for Lohan. Her co-star is James Deen, a porn star whose most recent adult film is listed as Dallas: A XXX Parody. Deen was recently voted the porn industry’s Male Performer Of The Year, and has starred in 4000 X-rated movies!

Even though Lindsay was cast in the role, it’s not a done deal. “She hasn’t officially signed the contract yet,” a source close to the actress tells us.

“Lindsay and her team are concerned about the nudity that is involved. Lindsay would be required to do full frontal nudity, and the sex scenes are very, very graphic. Yes, Lindsay has posed nude for Playboy, but doing it in a movie is completely different. Lindsay needs to make sure that she is comfortable with it, and that this is something she can handle as an artist. It’s expected that Lindsay will sign the contract in the next two weeks, as filming begins at the beginning of July. Lindsay has admired Bret’s work for a very long time, and one of her favorite movies is Less Than Zero,” the source added.

Look, I could definitely buy being nervous and hesitant about this sort of thing, but please, don’t insult us by saying that she needs to make sure “that this is something she can handle as an artist.” Lindsay hasn’t been an artist since Mean Girls, if that. No, this is about how Lindsay can’t decide if she wants to commit herself to another film already so she can get her meth money or if she’s just rather blow all the Liz and Dick money on blow. That’s all this is, so let’s not making into some big artistic dilemma.

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