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"I think Tara Reid said that too," says Richard Johnson, editor of the New York Post Page Six column, which faithfully chronicles her nocturnal rambles.
And though her recent choices to take small roles in more adult-themed independent films like Robert Altman's A Prairie Home Companion, Bobby (out in November), and the upcoming Chapter 27, about the murder of John Lennon, suggest a decision to mature onscreen, her life off-camera indicates that she's not ready to surrender her adolescence just yet.
"Just because you're dancing in a nightclub doesn't mean that you're doing all these things the tabloids are saying," says Harvey Weinstein, the independent film giant whose company is releasing Bobby, about the assassination of Robert Kennedy, in which Lohan's character marries her boyfriend's brother to keep him out of Vietnam.
"I think everybody is in agreement that she's a marvelous actress. Right now, she just wants to have fun and I don't think anybody can blame her. " Lohan herself has long maintained that the coverage is having no adverse effect on her career prospects.
It's a whole game that she plays with the tabloids, and it goes back and forth.She's 40 minutes late for lunch; for anybody with even a glancing familiarity with the 20-year-old actress and sometime pop singer, this particular fact does not shock. She's blown off two interviews already; the morning of the first, her longtime publicist reported that she had missed her flight from Los Angeles to New York "due to meetings," which cynical Lohan-ologists might conclude had something to do with the fact that she was seen partying at Paris Hilton's house early that morning.The second interview was ditched when, after showing up at her hotel, the Gansevoort, I was beckoned by cell phone across town to the Mercer hotel where her friend and apparent cell phone holder, Nate, said she was finishing lunch.It's valuable for her up to a point—but I think she's now past that point.And so one fears for someone who continues a game beyond where it ought to go." LL: So what does that mean?