Here’s Lindsay entering and leaving the Ivy. The Ivy is a restaurant in L.A. where you basically go to get your picture taken. Photogs live outside of it in small huts. Huts that have plumbing and DVD players. So if you’re a celeb and need an ego massage, you roll up at the Ivy and flashbulbs go off. I wonder if the food is good. Lindsay has recently garnered praise from her “Georgia Rule” co-star Felicity Huffman . I *heart* Felicity because she’s talented and no-nonsense and played a trans and totally pulled it off. Remember when she had that incredibly realistic pee by the side of the highway in “Transamerica”? That was a jolt. But I wonder about Felicity’s judgement in this matter. Jane Fonda hated Lohan’s coke-ridden ass. Jane knows what time is it.
Felicity Huffman thinks her costar Lindsay Lohan’s performance in Georgia Rule is so strong that the public will forget that the young star got chewed out for acting up during production.
“Once people see the movie,” Huffman tells Parade magazine in its upcoming issue, “God willing, the performances will eclipse any gossip.”
In the movie, which opens May 11, Huffman, 44, and Lohan, 20, portray the stormy side of mother-daughter relations. As described by Huffman, “This character was so abrasive to play that I didn’t have the wherewithal to step back and think of it as about me being a mother. I just kept thinking of it as my relationship with Lindsay Lohan.”
And that, according to Huffman, was something good. “To me, Lindsay was a complete and utter delight. The minute I met her I just loved her. She meets you with an open heart and wide-open eyes and gets right in there. She cares about the work. She throws herself in, 100 percent,” says Huffman.
“I just adored her. She’s fantastic in the movie. It doesn’t get any better than what she did. Brilliant.”
Really? Well, she was good in “Mean Girls”. But…”brilliant”? Felicity? Honey?