Actress Demi Moore, who had a sort of comeback with her performance in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle in 2004, is struggling with her new movie.
According to pagesix.com, apparently Moore's latest film Half Light is so bad that it may not get a theatrical release. The movie revolves around a novelist who goes to a remote cottage on the Scottish coast after her five-year-old son drowns.
Moore was hoping the movie would do for her what The Others did for Nicole Kidman. But the movie has made just $92,300 in its three weeks in British theatres.
A source said: "Half Light has so many unintentional laughs that it would be quite fun if it weren't so excruciatingly slow. It is a total stinker, probably the box office turkey of the year so far."
However, Moore's spokesperson said: "Demi is not heartbroken at all regarding the non-release of that film. Everything she does is always with the best intentions with very little expectations."