Lindsay Lohan will get to make her first movie post rehab thanks to one brave insurance company that decided to cover her.
The actress had signed up to shoot 'Labour Pains' but producer Rick Schwartz kept getting turned down by insurers.
Thankfully, he got one company who agreed to cover the actress.
"[Schwartz] could only find one insurance company to cover her, and even then he really had to vouch for her," the New York Daily News quoted a source, as saying.
The romantic comedy sees Lohan playing a young woman who pretends to be pregnant so she doesn't get fired.
Co-producer Celine Rattray of Plum Pictures said she had been impressed by Lohan's work ethic.
"Lindsay is a tremendously talented actress. We have spent a lot of time with her over the last three months, and she has really impressed us with her work ethic," she said.
"She comes to every meeting 15 minutes early, to the point where she has shown up a few times before we were ready for her. She is rehearsing every day with energy and focus. She is lovely to her co-stars and the crew.
"We got her insured in the film, and our insurance and bond reps have also been impressed with her good behavior.
"Whatever personal issues she may have had in the past, it is clear to me that work is her total priority.
"She wants to make this role and this film a success, and I truly believe in her."