230dmoore101711_01_X17-1.jpgHer latest flick, LOL, was a huge flop in its limited release, but Demi Moore is headed back to the big screen with a bright new project!

The 49-year-old star has just signed on to star in Very Good Girls, costarring Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning, which centers on two best friends who are determined to lose their virginity, but end up falling for the same guy, according to Deadline. Moore will play the role of Olsen's mother.

This is the newly single star's first movie role since seeking treatment in January, reportedly for an eating disorder and addiction issues

The Striptease star was set to play feminist Gloria Steinem in the upcoming Lovelace biopic, starring Amanda Seyfried, but she was forced to hand the role over to Sarah Jessica Parker, while she dealt with ex-hubby Ashton Kutcher's cheating scandal.

Demi is currently serving as co-executive producer of Lifetime's new series, The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet.