Morgan Creek boss James G. Robinson penned an angry letter to Lohan last year during filming of the movie, in which she played a troubled teenager, calling her "discourteous, irresponsible and unprofessional."
But the studio executive now insists he is keen to hire Lohan in the future--and has criticized the star's parents, Dina and Michael, for their lack of guidance.
He tells the New York Daily News, "I would absolutely work with her again. I'd treat her like one of my own kids.
"She has all this fame and no one in her family to reel her in, no one to guide her, and one thing led to another. She is very, very talented and was never a diva on the set."
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