Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina is seeking more than $5 million from investors to fund her movie about young drug addicts in the hope of landing Selena Gomez, Amanda Seyfried and Dakota Fanning for the film.
The Mean Girls star's mom heads up production company Defiant Pictures and she is working on a new drama called Growing Defiant, described as "the story of three life long friends from upper middle class Long Island, who delve into the underworlds of heroin."
Dina Lohan has devised a business plan for financing of the movie, and sent it out to prospective investors - and in a copy, obtained by TMZ.com, she outlines her dream cast.
She's asked for $5.28 million and wants young stars including Fanning, Gomez and Seyfried, as well as Hayden Panettiere, Emma Stone, James Gandolfini and Susan Sarandon to sign up for the picture.
However, Lohan admits she's only got one confirmed name for her movie - her son, Michael Lohan, Jr. A note in the business plan reads, "The cast listed above is a suggested cast list only. Michael Lohan is the only cast member who has been signed."
Of the $5.28 million Lohan is seeking, she's allocated $1.1 million for actors' fees.