Lindsay Lohan's 'Georgia Rule' director hopes she follows in Paris Hilton's footsteps and "settles down".
Garry Marshall - who famously sent Lindsay a letter reprimanding her for her "disruptive and undedicated" behavior on the set of his 2006 film - thinks Lindsay's rival has set a good example of how to turn over a new leaf.
He told FOX News: "I really liked 'Georgia Rule', and I thought Lindsay was very good."
"But I know she has too much baggage. Let's hope they all do well and they all settle down. Paris Hilton seems to be pretty settled, and I hope Lindsay and the others will all follow."
Lindsay - who completed a stint in Utah's Cirque Lodge rehab center last year to treat her drug and alcohol addictions - recently admitted the experience changed her life.
She said: "Before, I wasn't taking any time to just sit and live and breathe. I've learned so much, though, like learning to live my life in a different way."
"But I do still have it in me to go, go, go. I'm still young. I love life and I'm a very social person."
Meanwhile, rapper Ne-Yo - who is collaborating with Lindsay on her upcoming LP - has revealed some secrets about the musical style of the new record.
He said: "Lindsay wanted something kind of dance-y, something up-tempo."