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Posted at 6:26 PM ET, 11/21/2010

This just in...: Lindsay Lohan replaced in Lovelace biopic

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Left, Linda Lovelace in 1974; right, Lindsay Lohan earlier this year (AP File photos)

Lindsay Lohan has been dropped from what was supposed to be her comeback project -- a biopic of '70s porn star Linda Lovelace. Director Matthew Wilder told E! News that he wanted to work with her but that "the impossibility of insuring her -- and some other issues -- have made it impossible for us to go forward." (After a recent probation violation, the troubled starlet was ordered to extend her stay in rehab until Jan. 3.) Wilder later announced that Malin Akerman (best known for a role in "Watchmen") will take the starring role instead.

By The Reliable Source  | November 21, 2010; 6:26 PM ET
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