Lindsay Lohan was rumored to be dating a football player and now the latest gossip is that she’s fooling around with Liam Neeson‘s son, Michael — who is eighteen years of age. Page Six reported seeing them holding hands on the way to the ladies room in a club. From Page Six:
The two were spotted Friday partying at hot spot Finale, where spies tell us they snuck off to the women’s bathroom together at one point.
[...] the troubled actress, who completed rehab this summer, has moved on to Michael, son of late actress Natasha Richardson and Neeson and grandson of Vanessa Redgrave.A source said: “Lindsay seems to have this thing for younger men at the moment.“They were together at a house party of one of Lindsay’s stylist friends before Thanksgiving, and were together at Finale on Friday. Lindsay was seen leading him into the women’s bathroom, hand-in-hand…”
But a rep for Neeson insisted “it’s not true” that Lohan and the actor’s son are romantically linked. Lohan’s rep told us, “Lindsay is friends with Michael but they are not dating.”
Yeah, I don’t believe that they’re “dating” either. But I would totally buy that they were “hooking up”, as the kids say. I believe that they go to karaoke bars and make out in the corner and then possibly do stuff to each other later. Lohan is 27, by the way. She’s almost 10 years older than he is. This normally wouldn’t matter if the younger party wasn’t 18, and especially a dude, as dudes are more immature to begin with. Doing stuff with an 18-year-old is a real bad idea, Lohan. I’m not even sure how they could be “just friends” because what the hell would they talk about? What do they have in common? I guess Lindsay is still 18 at heart, so maybe it works out.
December 4, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Lindsay Lohan can’t go too long without a court case, so this time she’s initiated one herself. You see, our dear friend Lilo has snorted enough Class A drugs that she actually believes the Grand Theft Auto V character above is based on her and since she didn’t give them permission to use her image, she’s suing. Uhhhhh….
Sources tell us, Lohan’s lawyers are currently crafting a lawsuit — demanding Rockstar Games pay some serious money for using Lindsay’s image in the game.
So the question … did ‘GTAV’ really use Lindsay. Here’s the evidence:
– The video game cover shows a woman holding a cellphone who looks Lindsay-ish. There’s been debate over whether it looks more like Kate Upton or Shelby Welinder.
– Part of the game features a mission where a Lindsay Lohan look-alike asks the player to take her home and escape the paparazzi.
– Another part of the game shows another Lindsay-like character at a hotel resembling the Chateau Marmont hotel in West Hollywood — a place Lindsay not only frequents but once lived at — and the mission is to photograph her having sex on camera.
I mean… so no one else that’s female is ever allowed to go to the Chateau Marmont or they’re copying Lindsay? Lindsay is the only person who deals with the paparazzi? It’s all so ridiculous, and frankly, this character looks wayyyyyy more like Kate Upton, anyway – don’t you think?
December 2, 2013 at 6:30 am by Jennifer
November 29, 2013 at 5:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Bret Easton Ellis, novelist (Less Than Zero, American Psycho) wrote the screenplay for the suckfest known as The Canyons, and he’s blaming Lindsay Lohan for its suckage. He’s not saying that she was bad in it. He’s saying that the problem is, basically, that she even existed. Here’s what he said on his podcast, via Radar:
I think where we went wrong was with the casting of Lindsay Lohan. Now I don’t mean she wasn’t good in it, she was very good in the movie. I mean that suddenly The Canyons has become the Lindsay Lohan film.
And Lindsay’s reputation followers her everywhere. And the moment that we casted Lindsay Lohan, the movie became something else. It stopped becoming the DIY movie that could make it into part of the trainwreck of the Lindsay Lohan narrative. And we thought the movie was ultimately going to step out of that shadow, that it was going to speak for itself and that people would be more interested in how we made this movie… But we didn’t. We didn’t step out of the Lindsay Lohan shadow, and it did affect the way the movie was perceived.
I think the hatred for the movie when it initially came out was so disproportionate to what the movie actually was… I think at a certain point, people were rooting for the movie to fail. And I think that’s why when the movie was eventually released, people were gleeful about massacring it.
Dude. Your movie? Sucked. It was like watching a very painful very slow very boring student film. If you’re gonna blame anyone for that, blame director Paul Schrader.
Did you see it? Thoughts?
November 19, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Lindsay Lohan took a ~~sexy selfie~~ on Instagram of her in her underwear (above). We can’t even see her face, just her bod in lacey boyshorts with the caption, “Goodnight.” Uh, why, Lohan? Why? A “thank you” to Chris Pine, perhaps?
Does anyone find this photo sexy? All I can focus on is how dirty her room looks. Maybe that’s just a poor choice of filter.
Still better than Kim’s ass selfie.
Look, I’m not “slut-shaming” the girl, so don’t even. I’m just questioning why she feels she has to do this.
As for Kim, I couldn’t get into that girl’s head with Google maps.
November 12, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Chris Pine worked with Lindsay Lohan way back in 2006, her best years. They did the utterly “meh” Just My Luck together. He still believes in her and that she can make a comeback. Here’s what he told Cosmopolitan, via Gossip Cop:
Our business loves comeback stories. From Drew Barrymore to Robert Downey Jr., there’s a long list of people who have faced their troubles, wildly overcome them, and succeeded. If anyone can do that, it’s Lindsay
Okay, Imma need everyone to stop comparing Lindsay Lohan to RDJ Jr., because he has actual, good, consistent talent. So let’s stop that. Now.
What do you think? Can Lohan comeback?