With Lindsay Lohan's history of hard partying, one might think the producers of "Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father" -- her first major motion picture in four years -- would be a little worried that the supposedly sober actress is up to her old antics.
Last week, Lohan was photographed leaving the Paris nightclub Rasputin in the wee hours of the morning. According to British newspapers, Rasputin was just the last stop in her Parisian pub crawl, which took her to all the major hot spots during Paris Fashion Week.
Lohan's late-night gallivanting -- with or without alcohol -- brings back memories of her last big budget flick, "Georgia Rule," when head producer James G. Robinson chastised the actress during filming for her lack of professionalism.
Of course, filming on "Gotti" doesn't begin for another few months, but if we know anything about Lohan, it's that old habits die hard.
The producers of the upcoming biopic, which also stars Al Pacino and John Travolta, say they are unconcerned about Lohan's actions.
"The producers want her in the film, and she is currently still in negotiations to play Kim Gotti. The producers are excited," Steve Honig, spokesman for "Gotti" producer Mark Fiore, told The Huffington Post.
When pressed, Honig added, "I don't want to roll in the mud."
Honig is also representing Lohan these days, which makes things quite convenient until he needs to choose sides between his two clients.