But, Of Course: Lindsay Lohan Is Back In That Gotti Movie

April 20, 2011 / Posted by:

Earlier today, Marc Fiore, the executive producer of Gotti: Three Generations, waved his hands and made a big announcement that Lindsay Lohan was no longer in the running to play Victoria Gotti, because her management team was acting out the word every court-appointed therapist on Long Island writes on White Oprah’s file: DELUSIONAL. Cut to this afternoon, Marc Fiore waved his hands and made a big announcement that Lindsay Lohan is back in the movie, but has signed on to play John Gotti’s daughter-in-law Kim instead. This is the role that Kim Kardashian auditioned for.

The stunt queen of producers, Marc Fiore, tells Radar that after he cut ties with LiLo’s team, she personally called him to smooth things over. Maro took her back and also signed for another movie of his called Mob Streets.

You know that little extra sharpness that comes out in your voice when you scream “THIS BITCH” at the Extreme Couponer in front of you at the supermarket checkout counter? Bring out that same sharpness when you read this: “THIS MOVIE!

Tomorrow, Marc Fiore will get on his usual corner to shout about how LiLo is going to don a fat suit to play Gotti and John Travolta is going to bring out his secret “Sandy from Grease” wig to play Victoria. Marc must live in a cottage next to a bridge, because he’s definitely trolling us all.

Meanwhile, you haven’t read one line I’ve written (WHAT’S NEW?!!!), because your eyes haven’t left the extremely entertaining frontline photo bomber in the picture above. Let’s be real, she should play EVERY role in the Gotti movie.

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