It doesn't look like she'll rebound with her upcoming film "Labor Pains," in which she plays a woman who fakes a pregnancy to save herself from unemployment.
Instead of hitting the big screen, "Labor Pains" will premiere on ABC Family in July and come out on DVD a month later.
Lindsay Lohan, who recently told E! News that she wants to have her "own charity, do work overseas [and] be in Oscar-nominated films," once boasted one of the most promising careers in modern-day Hollywood.
She charmed as a child star in Disney's 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap" and won critical acclaim in 2004's "Mean Girls."
Her father hopes her breakup with Ronson will get her career back on track and he's ditching his New York digs for Los Angeles this week to help make that happen.
"I'm going to clear my schedule and get out there," he told ABCNews.com Monday. "I know she wants me out there."