Gearing up for a spot of travel, Megan Fox was seen arriving at LAX International Airport yesterday afternoon (January 17).
The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” starlet tried her best to hide from the paparazzi as she headed into the terminal to find her departure gate.
And it sounds like Megan is giving Lindsay Lohan a run for her money regarding the role of Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming Lifetime flick “Liz and Dick.”
Executive producer Larry Thompson told press, “I’ve been talking to Lindsay Lohan directly, and with her reps, and have been in conversations with other actresses, including Megan Fox. It’s a very serious selection. It’s like casting for Hollywood royalty.”
Giving her modeling career a shot in the arm, Lindsay Lohan is featured in a new ad campaign for Philipp Plein.
The “Mean Girls” actress looks seductive and sexy in the series of print advertisements, proving that she’s still got a flair for glamour and fashion.
Additionally, there are rumors that LiLo is in talks to play the lead role of Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming Lifetime TV movie.
And in a recent interview, Lindsay displayed that she’s still as flirty as ever. “Sex and sexuality are a part of nature, and I go along with nature. Knowing yourself and your body is so important because it gives you confidence, and in life, women need confidence.”
Looking to expand her struggling career, Lindsay Lohan may have landed herself a new movie role.
According to Deadline, the “Labor Pains” star is in early negotiations for the role of iconic actress Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming Lifetime TV movie.
The film, written by Christopher Monger, is called “Elizabeth & Richard: A Love Story” and is based on the relationship between Taylor and her second hubby, Richard Burton.
Given that Lohan recently channeled Marilyn Monroe for her Playboy pictorial, she should have no problem portraying the late sex symbol for the movie.
Following her much-talked-about appearance in Playboy, Lindsay Lohan took over another cover gig by gracing the front page of the January 2012 issue of Maxim Australia.
The “Mean Girls” starlet wasn’t shy about showing skin as she swapped in and out of a variety of skimpy ensembles for the Matt Jones shot spread while dishing about everything from her personal life troubles to her girl crush on actress Michelle Rodriguez.
Highlights from Lindsay’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit Maxim Australia!
On her personal life woes:
“I’m feeling strong. I’ve experienced a lot in my life, and my mom had given me a lot of faith. This too shall pass.”
On women having power:
“I feel that women have such power with their bodies.”
On whether she’s a sexual person:
“I’m more sexual than my friends – more comfortable in my skin. I’m a sexual person, definitely.”
On the solitude that comes with the job of an actress:
“Being an actress is lonely, and I never want to be alone. I hate sleeping alone.”
On her girl crush, Michelle Rodriguez:
“I love Michelle – she’s so talented and kick-arse!”
Nabbing herself another new gig as she tries to improve her financial situation, Lindsay Lohan has been named as an endorser for Jag Jeans.
The troubled actress is featured in a new campaign for the denim brand, with the shoot having taken place at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles.
Miss Lohan’s photo session was spearheaded by world-renowned photographer YuTsai, who has worked in the past with top names including Anne Hathaway, Mila Kunis, Rihanna and Janet Jackson.
Of the shoot, Tsai told E! Online, “As Jag Jeans’ newest endorser, Lindsay embodies the strength and fearlessness of the woman of today. She is unafraid to be who she is. She is fierce yet exudes feminine grace.”
“Lindsay was so involved with the shoot that she would go as far as adjusting items on the set. She even requested scissors so she could personally fray the edges of her black crepe blouse because she believed it would look better that way. Lindsay would take a hands-on approach to her shots, as she was more than willing to change her hairstyle during mid-shoot and even used her own personal jewelry and accessories when needed,” he added.