Lindsay Lohan film ‘Inferno’ to lense in L.A.
HollywoodNews.com: Matthew Wilder, the director of Lindsay Lohan’s next film “Inferno,” is really determined to get the project made and with the actress in the lead role of ’70s porn star Linda Lovelace.
Wilder is relocating “Inferno” from Louisiana to Los Angeles, so that Lohan can handle her current legal problems.
Per TMZ, “Inferno” producers have no problem shelling out money to move the production which is currently scheduled to begin in January.
“We’re staying [in Los Angeles] – good for the movie, but also the best way to deal with travel restrictions or other hijinks,” a source told TMZ.
Lohan posted $300,000 bail on Friday and was fitted with her third SCRAM ankle bracelet. She is expected to return to court on October 22.
The producers of “Inferno” earlier announced that clauses are being built into Lohan’s contract which forbids her from using drugs or alcohol during the shoot.
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