What We Got Wrong in 1990 About Demi Moore

Orange Coast has chronicled life in O.C. for more than 40 years. What did we predict 26 years ago?
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An article titled “Supernovas and Falling Stars” in the November 1990 issue of Orange Coast made predictions about that era’s most famous young actors and where they might be in a few decades. The article said of Demi Moore “Her marriage to Bruce Willis seems to have robbed her of her sex appeal (she’s looked rather bland in her last few films), and her range has never been much to talk about. Moore’s film career is probably kaput.” Ouch. Four of Moore’s highest-grossing five films were made after that assessment, including “A Few Good Men,” “Indecent Proposal,” and “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” in 2003. And we’re sure no one was saying bikini-clad Moore looked “bland” in the Charlie’s Angels sequel next to Cameron Diaz, about 10 years her junior. Congratulations to Moore, who turns 54 this month, for proving us

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