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Here’s A New Look At Demi Moore’s Memoir ‘Inside Out’

The life of actress Demi Moore perfectly captures the ups-and-downs of being a leading lady in Hollywood. Despite the extensive media coverage surrounding Moore’s multiple marriages and lengthy hiatus from filmmaking, there is still much about the actress that people don’t know. Now, Moore is ready to bare it all in her new memoir.

 

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Inside Out sees Moore reflecting on her troubled childhood and the choices she made that led her to where she is now. Moore goes in-depth into her strained relationship with her mother, who attempted suicide when she was 12. The most shocking revelation in this section is that Moore was raped when she was 15, which caused her to move out of her mother’s house at 16. This is where Moore began to pursue a career in acting, which lead to a breakout role on General Hospital that blossomed into a successful film career.

 

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In an interview with The New York Times, Moore said that talking about these traumatic events gave more a new sense of vulnerability that she had never experienced before:

 

“It’s exciting, and yet I feel very vulnerable. There is no cover of a character. It’s not somebody else’s interpretation of me.”

 

 

Moore is well-known for starring in several box-office successes in the 80’s and 90’s such as About Last Night, Indecent Proposal, Ghost, and A Few Good Men, but her career stalled after a string of flops. Her marriages to both Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher were the subject of intense media scrutiny, and the high salaries that she received for her work led to public shaming by many.

 

But Moore has nothing to apologize for. In an interview with GMA, Moore is proud of her accomplishments:

 

“Why shouldn’t I? Why shouldn’t all women be paid equal to the quality of the work they’re doing? Just treat me the same. No better, no worse.”

 

 

Inside Out is available now.

 

 

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Demi Moore for ‘Brave New World’ TV Adaptation!

Golden Globes, Game of Thrones, and Downton Abbey are all heading to the same place:  Brave New World.

 

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Not kidding.

 

 

The Jakarta Post reports that Demi Moore, two time Golden Globe nominee for Ghost and If These Walls Could Talk and whose had a role in classics like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, and A Few Good Men, will be playing Linda in the upcoming TV adaptation of  Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.

 

Harry Lloyd

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Coming along for the ride is Harry Loyd, knowing for his roles as Viserys in Game of Thrones, Peter Quayle in Counterpart, and Brian in Theory of Everything. He’ll be playing Bernard Marx.

 

Jessica Brown

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Completing the novel’s super duo is Jessica Brown—Downton Abbey‘s Lady Sybil Crawley, Albatross‘ Emelia Conan Doyle, and Harlots‘ Charlotte Wells—who will play Lenina Crowe.

For those unaware of the story, Bernard Marx and Lenina Crowe, two New Worlders, journey to the Savage Lands where they meet John the Savage, a man raised outside the confines of their society, and his mother Linda.

As for the rest, well, you’ll have to read the book!

 

Alden Ehrenreich

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Alden Ehrenreich of Solo: A Star Wars Story, is already cast as John the Savage.

 

David Weiner

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Behind the scenes we have David Wiener, a writer on Amazon’s Homecoming, as series showrunner and executive producer.

 

Owen Harris

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Owen Harris, who directed Black Mirror season three episode San Junipero and season five episode Striking Vipers, will direct the first two episodes and also executive produce the series.

 

Grant Morrison and Brian Taylor

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Comic book legend Grant Morrison and Brian Taylor, who worked to bring us the outstanding series Happy! to the small screen are also executive producing.

 

Amblin Television

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The final two executive producers are Amblin Television co-presidents Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey.

 

Aldous Huxley

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Looks like the adaptation is in good hands! Any thoughts Huxley?

“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.”

Cool!

 

 

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