Demi shooting new comedy

Demi shooting new comedy

Demi Moore has begun shooting a role in ensemble comedy 'The Reasonable Bunch'.

The 'Joneses' actress stars alongside Kate Bosworth, Ellen Burstyn and Martin Landau in the Sam Levinson-directed project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The movie tells the story of a group of warring exes and battling relatives at a family wedding, and has already begun shooting New York.

It is only the second directorial work for Sam - the son of director Barry Levinson - who worked earlier this year on 'Devil in My Shoes'.

Johnny Lin and Celine Rattray will produce the movie, while Sean McEwen executive producer.

Commenting about the project, Demi tweeted a picture of herself saying: "Check out my trashy highlights for The Reasonable Bunch! Thank God they are temporary!! Haha!(sic)"

Demi, 47, is also currently working on the Hollywood remake of 'LOL: Laughing Out Loud' with Miley Cyrus in France and the US, and will next be seen in thriller 'Margin Call' with Kevin Spacey and Paul Bettany.

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