Born Lindsay Dee Lohan on 2nd July, 1986 in New York City, New York, USA and educated at Cold Spring Harbor High School, she is famous for Parent Trap in a career that spans 1989–present.
During that time, they’re f—ing chasing you, and you’re driving at speeds you shouldn’t be driving at. Or, ‘I have 140,000 friends on Facebook.’ What does that even mean? The Internet is so caustic; just a place where people get to spew nonsense and bullsh*t.” On Politics: “The head of our government can assassinate anyone, including an American citizen.
Thankfully, I don’t really have much of that anymore.” On Social Media: “No, f*ck no. We are striking countries with drones — sovereign countries.
What if Mexico decided to bomb San Diego because there was a drug cartel there?
Back in 2006, when Lindsay Lohan was still riding the high of her much-regaled role in Tina Fey’s work of genius “Mean Girls,” she starred alongside Chris Pine in a lesser-known movie called “Just My Luck.” And, for some reason, Pine has now chosen to speak out about his experience working with the troubled star.
about being around Lohan, 27, on the New Orleans set of their film.
“It was fascinating to watch, and in hindsight it’s really a distinct moment in someone’s life when you see what’s really wonderful about what we get to do and what’s really dangerous about it.” He went on about living in the weird bubble of Hollywood, where people get you things for free and you start to feel like you deserve special treatment—and the dangers therein.As the world has seen Lohan battle a substance addiction, go in and out of rehab, and even speak openly about her personal demons, the proof is in the pudding. In the interview Chris talks about working with Lindsay Lohan, the paparazzi, social media, and his political leanings.On Working With Lindsay Lohan: “It was a real cyclone of insanity, like being around The Beatles.It was fascinating to watch, and in hindsight it’s really a distinct moment in someone’s life when you see what’s really wonderful about what we get to do and what’s really dangerous about it.” On The Paparazzi: “They f*cking suck,” he says.“The light of my flame was really bright after Star Trek [in 2009], and I had that bizarre convergence of everything’s so intense for about a month, and then it died down.