Demi Moore will play a role in Sam Levinson's new comedy movie 'The Reasonable Bunch'.
Demi Moore has begun shooting a role in ensemble comedy 'The Reasonable Bunch'.
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 is to executive produce.
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.