Hollywood actress Amanda Seyfried is hopeful her Mean Girls co-star Lindsay Lohan can sort out her personal problems, insisting the troubled actress will eventually “fall back in line”. Seyfried made her movie debut when she starred as Lohan’s high school friend in the 2004 comedy and she has since become a Hollywood leading lady with parts in box office hits like Mamma Mia! and Dear John, reports hollywood.com.
Meanwhile Lohan, who has endured a string of legal problems and stints in rehab, went on to appear in a string of critically-panned films, including 2007’s Georgia Rule and thriller I Know Who Killed Me. But Seyfried is confident her former co-star will one day make a career comeback.
“I think it’s just growth. People can fall out of line and fall back into it. I think it just takes some time. Clearly, people go through things and they deal with them differently. You’ve just got to be positive about it,” Seyfried said while talking about Lohan.