James G. Robinson Backs Down Over Lindsay Lohan

Hollywood studio boss James G. Robinson has performed a spectacular U-turn by praising Lindsay Lohan, just two months after accusing her of being “irresponsible and unprofessional.”

In July the Morgan Creek CEO reprimanded Lohan for calling in sick during the making of Georgia Rule, in a letter in which accused her of partying too hard and “acting like a spoiled child.”

But Robinson has changed his mind and now claims he would be happy to work with the 20-year-old again, reports Celebrity Week.

He says, “(She’s) professional. She’s on her mark and she knows her lines. She doesn’t complain and she’s very cooperative.”

Referring to his run-in with Lohan, he adds, “(My) only rub with Lindsay was she was missing time and she was coming to work late most of the time. And that causes problems on the set.”

Lohan Honored by Hollywood Film Festival

Lindsay Lohan seems to have patched up her strained relations with the movie industry–she’s been named as one of this year’s Hollywood Film Festival honorees.

The Mean Girls came under fire from James G. Robinson, the CEO of Morgan Creek Production, in July, after the actress repeatedly failed to stick to her shooting schedule on the film Georgia Rule.

He said, “We are well aware that your ongoing all-night, heavy partying is the real reason for your so-called exhaustion.”

However, her latest accolade could put her in line for an Oscar nomination–the awards are generally seen as a showcase for Academy Award hopefuls.

Lohan is joined by actor/director Forest Whitaker and actor Derek Luke on the list of honorees.

The festival prize-giving will be held next month at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

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