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Lindsay Lohan’s The Canyons will not be screened at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival this year and the producers believe that it’s because of the film’s troubled star.
TMZ is reporting that producers believed that the film, which was directed by Taxi Driver writer Paul Schrader, would have been easily been considered for a slot. However, they think Lohan was a “turn off” for the organizers.
Nevertheless, producer Braxton Pope told TMZ that agent William Morris/Endeavor has booked a theater to screen the film for interested buyers. He claims several big distributors are interested.
Even if The Canyons was selected, it’s unlikely that either Lohan or her co-star, James Deen, would make it. Deen, a porn star, told TMZ, “It coincides with AVN (the porn awards). Priorities man!!!!!”