Lindsay Lohan's latest movie, "The Canyons," was rejected recently by the Sundance Film Festival and South By Southwest.
According to THR, a source says "quality issues" were the reason for the "no!".
While director Paul Schrader ("Taxi Driver") defended the film, saying that it "is very good," he also said last week, "in a way it's good we're not at Sundance. We weren't prepared, we weren't organized."
A review of the shooting by The New York Times, entitled "Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie" described the chaos surrounding Lohan, from $46,000 hotel bills to on professional behavior and incomprehensible disappearances.
Shrader added "The intense reactions to 'Liz and Dick' and the Times Mag article have made us realize that there will be an immediate blowback once 'The Canyons' is publically screened -- for good and ill," he said. "That's the nature of anything involving Lindsay."
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