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By Luke Broadwater | June 29, 2011
Just when it seemed that Lindsay Lohan (yes!) was entering a political debate (yes!) about the nation's economic policies (yes!) it turns out Lohan's new-found political views were just a paid advertisement (lowest of lows).  For those of you not obsessively monitoring Lohan's Twitter account (really, people, what else do you have to do while you're at work?) here's what went down:  On Monday, Lohan sent out this awesome anti-inflation tweet: "Have you guys seen food and gas prices lately?
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2011
(Update : Looks like Michael Lohan doesn't have a place in Baltimore to promote "Celebrity Rehab 5" after all. Mosaic, where he had been scheduled to appear with Octomom Nadya Suleman abruptly canceled the event Tuesday, said spokesman and general manager Vincent Martinez. Goodlife Boys, which was promoting the event, also backed out Tuesday.) Michael Lohan will promote his stint on "Celebrity Rehab 5" with, what else, a party at a Baltimore club. Call it another success story for the addiction show and Dr. Drew Pinsky's counsel.  A rep for Lohan said the tabloid nuisance isn't actually in recovery because he didn't go on the show for alcohol or drug addiction treatment.
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October 14, 2004
PICK OF THE WEEK What: An Evening of Poetry with Billy Corgan, in which he will read from his book Blinking With Fists When: Sunday night at 6:30; doors open at 5:30 Where: 9:30 Club, 815 V St. N.W., Washington Why: Because he's proven himself as a lyricist for Smashing Pumpkins and Zwan, so one can hope this will translate into good poetic instincts. (Though this doesn't always prove true. We're looking at you, Jewel.) Admission: $15, available through www.tickets.com or by calling 800-955-5566 Information: www.930.
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May 3, 2004
LOS ANGELES - Maybe nice guys finish last, but Mean Girls came in first at the weekend box office. The comedy starring Lindsay Lohan as a student who gets swept up in the backstabbing politics of fashion, love and popularity among high school cliques, earned $25 million, according to studio estimates yesterday. Although it starred 17-year-old Lohan, the presence of Saturday Night Live star Tina Fey, who also wrote the screenplay, appealed to grown-up moviegoers. About 75 percent of the audience was female and about half the audience was under 18, said Wayne Lewellen, head of distribution for Paramount, which released the movie.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Reporter | September 14, 2007
Amanda Bynes - she of the hit Nickelodeon TV show, a star of the surprise summer smash Hairspray, a young actress both adorable and talented - has a movie coming out next week, an utterly charming film about a girl who goes off to college and refuses to simply do what everyone else does. Heard anything about it? Probably not; for reasons that seem unfathomable, Sydney White seems to be flying below everyone's radar screen. It isn't being heavily promoted on TV, posters for it aren't hanging everywhere, Bynes hasn't been ubiquitously staring out from magazine covers, and buzz about it has been noticeably absent.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 19, 2006
I've learned to endure advertisements being shown before movies; theater owners, after all, have to make their money somewhere, and they don't get all that much from ticket sales. And I'm no longer overly bothered by product-placement in the movies. In fact, I find it more silly than anything else when cans of Coke or Pepsi are displayed more prominently than the characters in some scenes. But these full-page pop-up ads on imdb.com have got to go! Don't get me wrong. I love the imdb, and my job would be immeasurably harder without it. When it comes to double-checking what year the original Poseidon Adventure came out, or ensuring that Lindsay Lohan did, in fact, get her start in a remake of The Parent Trap, there is no substitute for this Internet font of cinematic information.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | July 29, 1998
Disney should find out just how bankable nostalgia is with "The Parent Trap," a film that comes across as nothing if not caught in a time warp.Which should come as no surprise, since it's a pretty faithful remake of the 1961 Disney film that made a star of Hayley Mills, playing twins inadvertently reunited at summer camp who then connive to reunite their parents. This go-round, it's newcomer Lindsay Lohan playing the twins.Parents who remember "The Parent Trap" fondly -- and there are plenty of them -- will find plenty to like about this amiable descendant, which comes complete with knowing winks at both the original film (remember Mills and her guitar?
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 22, 2005
Talk about classic movie images and a few quickly come to mind: sparks flying from the ruby slippers in The Wizard of Oz, E.T. pointing at Elliott's heart, the snow globe shattering at the beginning of Citizen Kane. Then, of course, there's the VW Beetle winning an auto race in 1969's The Love Bug. Anyone who isn't charmed by the idea of a Beetle crossing the finish line first is either chronically churlish or isn't trying. Movie audiences, especially kids, have always been with the program, making a hit of The Love Bug as well as its four theatrical sequels (the last of which was 1980's Herbie Goes Bananas)
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by Jordan Bartel | jordan@bthesite.com and b free daily | March 5, 2010
Still coming down from the unexpectedly riveting Winter Olympics? We've got you covered. Here's our pop culture week in review -- with a bit of Olympics chaser to go down smoothly. VIENNA WINS 'THE BACHELOR': Apparently, not just for sausages anymore. ASTRO-NUT: Oh, Buzz Aldrin. You can either talk scientifically about bringing man to Mars or you can join the cast of "Dancing With the Stars." But not both. LINDSAY LOHAN TO PEN MEMOIR: Stop trying to make "respectability" happen, Lindsay.
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October 4, 2011
Katy Perry hosts “SNL” this week, so we asked our staff which singer, besides Justin Timberlake, they would like to see host next. •••• Does Lindsay Lohan count as a singer? Editor's note: Nope.  Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun •••• If Nicki Minaj appeared in three sketches, that would be a guaranteed three memorable bits. Which is three more than in many “SNL” broadcasts. Plus, I'd like a reprise of “The Creep.”  Anne Tallent, editor,  b •••• Although I'm not a huge fan, Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, would make perfect sense.
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