Lindsay Lohan is getting a biopic? Sort of. An upcoming Hollywood satire from grip-turned-screenwriter Charles Casillo is based on the life of Lohan, particularly the parts involving drugs and rehab. Titled 'Dogs in Pocketbooks,' the film has just cast its lead, according to the New York Post. Supermodel and publishing heiress (and, sorry ladies, girlfriend of Jeff Goldblum) Lydia Hearst will play the part of "a bratty movie goddess in and out of rehab, in trouble with the law, and hounded by greedy agents, predatory paparazzi, off-the-wall stalkers and crazed media."

This will be the first major role for the 26-year-old daughter of Patricia Hearst and Bernard Shaw (and great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst). She's appeared on 'Gossip Girl' and in a few movies, but nothing this significant. Casillo told the tabloid that she's "one of the few supermodels who can actually act." She reportedly beat out a lot of other names looked at for the role. Joining Hearst onscreen, Joan Collins has also been cast as a big time agent.