Demi Moore Replacing Sarah Jessica Parker in ‘Wild Oats’

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Demi Moore is set to replace Sarah Jessica Parker in the Weinstein Co. Pic “Wild Oats.”

Jessica Lange, Shirley MacLaine and Judd Hirsch are also on board, with Andy Tennant directing.

Story follows a woman who receives an unexpected windfall check from a computer glitch and goes on the run from the law.

Moore was last seen in “Very Good Girls.”

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  1. Demi looks good and healthy. Glad to see it! :-)

  2. Judy says:

    Well Demi is a good actor, and the story plot seems good, but I think Jessica should play it. No offense Demi. Just business.

  3. says:

    Demi is a superb actor. she has no interest in post-film raging fan mail from 16 year olds (or older) but I’ll guess she reads a wide variety of mail from all age groups and commenters considered serious by the industry. make your affirmation of Demi on Facebook and let’s see where it all settles out.

  4. Rick says:

    Demi is still HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…..wish I was younger….NOT!!!!!!!! She needs a man like me….her age. Demi if you read this please contact me….no weirdos please. Rick

  5. mickey says:

    my congratulations to demi.

  6. Phillip Oliver (@phillipoliver) says:

    Well this ruins the film for me!

  7. sharon soto says:

    You look great Demi Moore :)

  8. Hub says:

    Please – NO MORE SHIRLEY MACLAINE !!! She’s very tired as an “actress” and “activist”

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