Lindsay Lohan has revealed she was once scolded by Jane Fonda for being late to set.
The two were co-stars in the 2007 comedy Georgia rulealongside Felicity Hoffman, about a rebellious teenage daughter who is shipped off to live with her strict grandmother.
In a recent interview with FashionLohan opened up about the timeline of her acting career — from 1998 to the present — and recalled the time she made Fonda wait on set.
“I remember being about three minutes late and I was known to be about three hours late. It was three minutes,” she jokingly clarified.
“And [Fonda] waited for me to tap my feet and say, ‘Lindsay, we’re all waiting,'” she said mean girls star explained. “I was so embarrassed, it never happened again.”
Though she was “nervous” about working with the legendary actor, Lohan appreciated what she learned from Fonda, particularly about “being a woman on set and how she takes charge.”
She added, “I really admired her and learned so much from her.”
Lohan is set to play the lead role of an engaged hotel heiress who falls in love with a working-class man, played by Chord Overstreet (Joy), in an upcoming Netflix Christmas movie.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/lindsay-lohan-jane-fonda-georgia-rule-b2054092.html Lindsay Lohan remembers the time Jane Fonda gave her a warning for being late