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Tuesday 29 July 2014

Demi Moore signs for Wild Oats

Demi Moore is joining Wild Oats

Demi Moore is set to star in road trip comedy Wild Oats.

The actress, last seen in Very Good Girls, will be replacing Sarah Jessica Parker in the film, Variety reported.

Shirley MacLaine, Jessica Lange and Judd Hirsch have also signed up for the movie.

Shirley plays a widow and retired teacher who is able to live the high life when she receives a life insurance cheque for five million dollars because of a computer error.

Jessica plays her best friend, who urges her to cash the cheque and escape their small town life to the Canary Islands.

The movie is written by Claudia Myers and Gary Kanew and will be directed by Andy Tennant, whose credits include rom coms Hitch and Sweet Home Alabama.

The project has been in development for several years with The Weinstein Company and has undergone plot revamps and cast changes.

Ghost actress Demi appeared in Very Good Girls in 2013 and has just finished filming alongside Kiefer Sutherland in Forsaken.

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