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Quotables: Lindsay Lohan Thinks Elizabeth Taylor Is Going to Watch Her Lifetime Movie

A photo of Lindsay Lohan and Elizabeth Taylor

“At least i know that i have done the work for an angel in heaven .. I know that she will see it from up above.. bless her.”

That is a thing that Lindsay tweeted to Elizabeth Taylor, who I’m sure will def get back to her after she’s through having brunch with Jesus.

And for those of us who are crazy impatient for this work of art to finally air, we have a release date at last: November 3rd. For some reason, I thought I had read that they were aiming to get it aired in late August, but I guess that was just wishful thinking on my part, or else it was the plan, but then they realized that they needed a couple of extra months to edit Lindsay’s methtastic performance into something watchable. I’m going to go ahead and say that it was a little of both.

But mark your calendars, friends, because in just under two months, we’ll be in for the treat of a Lifetime. GET IT?!

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  • I hope Elizabeth Taylor has better things to do(where ever she may be) than to watch a cheesy movie about a part of her life that cannot even come close to telling her story, acted by this nitwit.

  • The only way Liz would see this is if she is in HELL because there is no way God would make her watch this train wreck play her in a made for tv movie. If Liz does see this she will be reaching for a shot gun to blow her own head off.

  • I tend to like made for tv films more than their big budget counterparts. Like Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (TV miniseries), Manhunt: Search for the Night Stalker (TV movie on serial killer Richard Ramirez), To Catch a Killer (John Wayne Gacy TV movie), and Helter Skelter (TV movie on the Manson Family murders). Even the newer TV movies are pretty accurate and entertaining, like Lifetime’s “Amish Grace” (Amish school shooter). New films made about these events are not only annoyingly inaccurate but boring as well.

    So maybe this wont be so bad, even though Lohan is a wreck these days, she’s not a terrible actress. If the screenplay is well written and more importantly accuraye, then I’m sure she wont be able to screw it up TOO bad lol. At least we can count on accuracy and a true version of her life. Hopefully.

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