Actress Demi Moore is putting her marital problems to one side and working on her role as the political activist Gloria Stenheim in the upcoming film Lovelace, about the adult film actress Linda Lovelace, according to the Press Association.
The filmmakers already have Amanda Seyfried cast in the movie's title role, whilst Sharon Stone, Juno Temple, Hank Azaria and Wes Bentley are all currently in talks to appear in the movie. The troubled Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan was originally tipped to play the lead role in the film but was allegedly sacked from the role, owing to her regular court appearances and unlawful behaviour. Demi will be playing the role of Stenheim, the founder of Ms Magazine, which ran an article about Linda Lovelace relationship with her husband. The article claimed that the relationship was abusive and that he forced her into the erotic film industry. Moore is also set to appear in the forthcoming financial drama Margin Call, alongside Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons, which was released in the U.S. last year.
In November 2011, she announced her intention to divorce her husband Ashton Kutcher, whom she married in September 2005. Shortly before the announcement, it had been alleged that Ashton had been unfaithful to his wife, who has three daughters with the actor BRUCE WILLIS.