Friday, June 22, 2012
The Hollywood actors union said it is reviewing security measures for workers on the set of the TV movie starring Lindsay Lohan.
The union declined to elaborate, but the producer of the film "Liz & Dick," Lifetime channel, said a review of the production union found no violations of labor law.
A union representative SAG-AFTRA was on set on Tuesday and was "completely satisfied with everything," said producer Larry A. Thompson.
The representative told the producer that the visit was made after tweets and comments in the media, not because of complaints from members of the union, said Thompson. So far there was no immediate confirmation from the union.
The production of the film, Lohan starred in the role of Elizabeth Taylor, was criticized after Lohan was served by exhaustion and wrote on Twitter that he worked 85 hours in four days.