Demi Moore to play Elizabeth Olsen’s mum in first movie since split

London: It seems that Demi Moore is keen to bounce back to work following her painful split from Ashton Kutcher and subsequent meltdown.

The 49-year-old has been cast as Elizabeth Olsen’s mother in forthcoming film ‘Very Good Girls’.

It will be a big step for the Ghost actress, as she would for the first time be stepping in front of a camera since the revelations about her estranged husband’s fidelity and her later hospitalisation.

Moore and Olsen will be joined by teen idol Dakota Fanning along with award-winning thespian Peter Saarsgaard in the new movie, the Daily Mail reported.

The film will tell the tale about two best friends who have just graduated from high school who decide the best way to become adults is too lose their virginity.

However the girls, who are played by Olsen and Fanning, find their plan has unplanned consequences when they both set their sights on the same man.

The problem arises when both surprisingly fall for geeky ‘Star Trek’ favourite Anton Yelchin.

The project is due to start shooting this June in New York, and is written and directed by Naomi Foner Gyllenhaal.


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