Speaking of people that remind me of the early 1990s (though I will hand it to Billy, Dirty Sexy Money is a really fun time), Demi Moore has signed on for two new projects, and one of them sounds particularly promising. In case you didn’t notice, Demi has actually been working lately. In the 2000s, she’s actually had six roles: Ones you remember (Charlie’s Angels: First Throttle), ones you shouldn’t (Bobby), and ones you don’t (Passion of Mind, Mr. Brooks, Half Light). Currently in theatres in the mildly received Flawless, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Mrs. Moore-Kutcher has two roles on the horizon: One is Guy Moshe‘s follow-up to Holly, Bunraku, co-starring Josh Hartnett and Demi’s Indecent Proposal husband Woody Harrelson. The other, which makes me a bit excited, is Mitchell Lichtenstein‘s Happy Tears, which falls far from Teeth and stars my favourite, Parker Posey, as a woman who travels back to her Wisconsin home to deal with a bitter sister and senile father. Moore – who physically bears a reasonable resemblance to Posey – will play the sister. I’ve never been a huge fan of Moore’s, but definitely think she’s got potential when she’s surrounded with decent projects with good co-stars (G.I. Jane, Disclosure, About Last Night… and If These Walls Could Talk come to mind personally, though I’d imagine some might disagree).
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