Stevie Nicks Tells Lindsay Lohan To 'Stand Back' About Playing Her In Movie

Rock legend Stevie Nicks is sounding off on reports that Lindsay Lohan wants to buy the rights to the Fleetwood Mac singer’s life story and play her on the big screen.

“Over my dead body,” Nicks told The New York Times Thursday when asked about reports that the young actress was eager to play her.

Adding, “She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we’ll talk.”

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Lindsay’s new film, “Labor Pains,” will not be released in theaters. Instead, the comedy will premiere on ABC Family, a source for the film’s production company, Nu Image/Millennium Films, confirmed to Access.

The movie will debut on the cable channel on July 19 2009, with a DVD release coming in August.

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