Actress Lindsay Lohan, still technically a resident of Wonderland rehab, has backed out of an upcoming movie, “A Woman of No Importance,” her publicist Leslie Sloane-Zelnick confirmed to various media sources.
“She doesn’t want to just yes everyone and compromise herself anymore,” says Sloane. “If anything has been learned, it’s that what she needs comes first – and right now she needs focus.”
Currently Lohan is finishing “I Know Who Killed Me,” which had to halt filming for a short time when allegedly she had surgery to get her appendix removed, and then entered the Wonderland Center in Los Angeles.
Sloane added, “It’s a mature thing to do…She’s doing this so she can focus on getting better,” reported TMZ.com.
People magazine reports that Lohan also has upcoming commitments to do publicity junkets for her film, “Georgia Rule.”
“A Woman of No Importance” stars Annette Bening. “Lindsay is sad that she’s unable to finally get to work with Annette, because she’s a huge fan and respects her,” says Sloane to People.