Lindsey Lohan is turned down by Tim Burton.

March 20, 2009

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Lindsey Lohan talked to Nylon about her recent absence from movies, in this months issue (the last movie she was in, was I Know Who Killed Me in 2007) She says “It’s scary when you realize, ‘Oh my God, I’m not working. And I have a house to pay for now.’ and there’s been some things I’ve really wanted to do,”

She also talks about being in Tim Burton’s, Alice in Wonderland She tells Nylon, “Like the one movie I’ve wanted to do for so long is Alice in Wonderland [directed by Tim Burton],” she continues. “But, um, that didn’t work out it is what it is. [Producers said] ‘You’re not right for the part, and that’s it.’ That’s how I like to hear it…I can take it, I’m a big girl. Obviously, you don’t want me. I don’t want to do something that somebody doesn’t want me to be involved in anyway.”

Now she wants to focus on other projects, Lohan says she’s “talking to a lot of people right now” — or at least trying to. “One is Sean Penn — I spoke to him the other day. We’re trying to get Seth Rogen for this project, but Seth won’t call us back. So call us back, Seth, if you’re reading this!”

Good Luck Lindzzz!!!!!!

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