Has Lindsay Lohan's career reached the point of no return? The people over at Gawker certainly think so.
"To Be Successful Again, Lindsay Lohan Must Die," is the title of an article written by Joe Piazza. In it, he describes how Lohan went from bonofide star after the success of the movie Mean Girls, to a celebrity burnout who is known more for her trips to court and jail than her acting.
Lohan has been unable to land a major movie role since 2007's dud, I Know Who Killed Me. The actress is trying to resurrect her career by stripping nude for an upcoming issue of Playboy, but Piazza says even that won't help.
"At this point yet another glimpse at her prematurely aging breasts paying homage to Marilyn Monroe will not reinvigorate Lindsay's sagging brand and career. The only thing that will save brand Lohan from total Kristy McNichol-dom is if she truly channels Monroe and actually leaves us for good," he writes.
Monroe was 36-years old when she died from a drug overdose. Lindsay is just 25-years old, but her hard partying lifestyle has made her look much older.
Robert Downey Jr.'s personal life and career were in a similar downward spiral in the late 90's, yet he has managed to move on from that to become one of Hollywood's most bankable actors.
Can Lindsay do the same thing, or is her career really over?
Gawker Says The Only Way Lindsay Lohan Can Save Her Career Is To Die
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