Demi Moore Resents that Older Women Are Often Forced to Play Villains — IndieWire Sundance Studio

IndieWire | 1/30/2019 | Staff
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In Patrick Brice’s latest Sundance Midnight offering “Corporate Animals,” Demi Moore plays a powerful, all-consuming CEO. Speaking with managing editor Christian Blauvelt at the IndieWire Studio presented by Dropbox, Moore talked about what she keeps in mind when signing on to new projects at this point in her career.

“I do want to be careful not to play into a cliche, which is that all older women are evil, bitter villains, which is one of the next kind of things that needs to be overcome,” Moore said. “We want romance too! We want all those things!”

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In “Corporate Animals,” her character Lucy leads a disastrous retreat through some treacherous New Mexico caves. Karan Soni and Jessica Williams (who, along with Brice, joined Moore at the Studio) play the unwitting employees at her company, who find much more underground than either of them bargain for.

Moore says that the supporting cast and...
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