Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and Alicia Keys cause tabloids to fly off shelves, but now they're joining forces for a decidedly more urgent cause: breast cancer. The three women -- who, along with project-collaborators Patricia Clarkson, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Rosario Dawson, represent an intimidating slice of Hollywood's most powerful women -- have directed and produced "Five," a two-hour string of five short films for Lifetime. Now in an exclusive interview with Glamour, the women shared insights into the project, breast cancer and intimate details about their lives.
On one of her most remarkable career milestones, Jennifer said: "Putting my feet and handprints in cement in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre [on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame]. That got me giddy!"
On working with Ashton on the “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” sex-trafficking campaign, Demi said: "We saw a documentary profiling girls in Cambodia as young as five, six, seven, who were being trafficked, and it really stopped us in our tracks. We said, “We can’t live in this world and not do something about it.”
For more, click through to Glamour.WATCH: Alicia Key's Directing Debut For "Five"