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Demi Moore Says ‘Halo’ to Picture
Demi Moore has ended months of flirtation with the “Charlie’s Angels” sequel by agreeing to take a small role in the project, a decision that marks the end of a five-year sabbatical from studio films.
She will play a former, now “fallen” angel working on the other side of the law in “Charlie’s Angels 2: Halo,” which is scheduled for release next June via Columbia Pictures.
As with the hit 2000 original, McG will direct Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz.
After a series of flops such as “The Scarlet Letter” and “Striptease,” Moore spent the late 1990s raising her three daughters in her own private Idaho, the hamlet of Hailey.
At her zenith, she commanded $12 million a picture. She was last in theaters with the barely noticed Paramount Classics drama “Passion of Mind.”