"Inferno" director Matthew Wilder has been standing behind his film's star Lindsay Lohan as she struggles with addiction, but he reportedly has a backup plan in place, in case Lohan cannot participate in the Linda Lovelace biopic.
Lohan left the Betty Ford rehab facility briefly the weekend of Nov. 13, and Wilder told Radar he did not see Lohan. "I can confirm that we did not see Lindsay Lohan over the weekend," Wilder told Radar Online. "You know we have been through a lot with this project, and although she is still our number one choice, we do have a Plan B if she cannot film 'Inferno.'
Lohan's court-ordered rehab lasts until Jan. 3. In the event she's unable to film her part, other actors are interested in stepping in.
"We have had a great response from other people who really want the part, too," Wilder told Radar. "But we will wait until Lindsay has fulfilled all of her rehab and court obligations to see if she will be able to take her place as we had originally planned.