It's rare for Lindsay Lohan to do interviews, but the troubled actress went on ABC's Good Morning America to promote her new TV movie Liz & Dick on Lifetime where she plays Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor.
The story follows the turbulent love story of the Cleopatra star and her husband Richard Burton.
Executive producer of the film Larry Thompson told Okmagazine.com, Lindsay was a challenging to work with, but it was worth the drama.
"When we finally decided to hire her, we had serious challenges to deal with, due to her probation and her history. Therefore we had to make a deal where there were pages and pages of ‘What If” clauses. What if this happens? What if that happens?" he said.
"There was never a what if she can act clause. It was about if there is a car accident. What if there is a violation of her probation. Where she would be incarnated. Through insurance and I will add she might be the most insured actress who ever walked on a sound stage, to the very things that happen, we tried to insure ourselves against things that could and in fact did happen, he continued.
Liz & Dick premieres on Sunday, November 25 at 9pm ET/PT on Lifetime.