At 1 pm on Wednesday, 4.20, People‘s Liz McNeil posted the following: “Lindsay Lohan can fuggedabout playing Victoria Gotti on film. ‘We are not talking any further about Lindsay playing Victoria,’ says Marc Fiore, producer of Gotti: Three Generations. “She is no longer being considered. The talks have stopped. We are going to meet with other people [for the role].”

Two hours and 27 minutes later on the same day, Variety‘s Dave McNary posted the following: “Lindsay Lohan has signed to portray Kim Gotti opposite John Travolta in Fiore Films’ drama Gotti: Three Generations. Fiore Films announced the signing Wednesday as part of a two-picture deal with Lohan. The company also said Lohan has agreed to act in its upcoming production of Mob Street, based on a screenplay by Chazz Palminteri.”

The next morning (i.e., Thursday) at 10:56 am, CNN’s Marquee blog, quoting a Hollywood Reporter story, reported that Lohan “had originally auditioned for the role of the Dapper Don’s daughter, Victoria Gotti, but that deal fell through and she continued to lobby for a part in the project.”