Demi Moore’s latest flick is called “Flawless,” but the actress appears on-screen as anything but. To play a sixtysomething disgruntled employee at a diamond manufacturer who plans a heist, Moore spent hours in makeup where she endured a rapid aging — crow’s-feet, laugh lines, sallow skin. “It was strange. It didn’t feel like me,” the 45-year-old actress said at a Cinema Society screening in New York on Monday night, sponsored by Piaget. “They really aged my eyes.”
At the after party held at the Soho Grand, Moore was back to her typically taut self, posing for the cameras comfortably with daughter Tallulah, ex-hubby Bruce Willis and his girlfriend, model-cum-actress Emma Heming.