Lindsay Lohan to Agents: 'Keep Me on Set, It's Safer That Way'

Actress discusses future after positive reviews for performance in Lifetime's 'Liz & Dick"
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Transcript for Lindsay Lohan to Agents: 'Keep Me on Set, It's Safer That Way'
That's right. We're talking with lindsay about her upcoming role in "liz & dick." What was it like for you when you looked in the mirror? For all who see the movie, it is a stunning and very accurate display. Thank you so much. Did you feel like, I'm looking at elizabeth taylor? There goes the baby. They're so cute. Yes, sorry. I got sidetracked. It was really interesting. My hair was red at the time, as well. And I just cut it off and dyed it dark. When I put the wig on and transformed into that, it was a really incredible feeling. And it kind of shocked people on the set, which felt really cool. Did you stay in character? It probably helped you to stay in character, knowing you looked exactly like her. I was playing cleopatra, and virginia wolfe all the time. What do you think your fans will take away from this movie? I hope that, you know, my love for acting shows through a lot. And people really see that. I hope that they enjoy the portrayal that I did the best that I could. And I hope elizabeth's happy, watching from above. And I know your fans are rooting for you. They have been this entire time. What's next for you? I understand there's more acting. And more of you doing what you love and what you said you were meant to do. From the age of 3. Yeah. From the age of 3. You were telling me about the footage you have of me when i was 12. So funny. I have a movie coming up called "the canyons." I'm reading scripts every day. And I keep calling my agents every day, keep me on set. It's safer that way. Where are you in life? So many people want to know that are behind you. I'm in a great place. I want to move forward and keep working. I'm in a process of moving to spend time with my family and be happy. We're happy. Thank you. Were you proud of your portrayal? Yeah. It's interesting. My sister, my brother, and my mom watched it. And to have -- and friends. To have people that I really care about and love in life, really enjoy it and appreciate it, makes it so much more worth it. It feels really amazing. Well, we're proud of you, lindsay. Thank you. And I know so many other people are, as well. People can watch "liz & dick" on november 25th on lifetime. Thank you very much. Want to head out to sam, who

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