Demi Moore's newest project has "taken on a whole new meaning since her split" from husband Ashton Kutcher, a report from the New York Daily News claims. While the actress first announced that she would be producing a series of shows for the Lifetime Network in April, a source says that for one show in particular, the angle has shifted to "empower women." The interview-format show, entitled "The Conversation," is set to debut in January 2012 and appears to be taking the you-go-girl mentality seriously: the promotional reel reportedly features Lady Gaga, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jane Fonda.
Moore, 49, is no stranger to being the topic of conversation herself: in November, Moore announced she would be filing for divorce from husband-of-six-years Kutcher, after two months of media speculation surrounding Kutcher's alleged fling with 22-year-old Sara Leal in a San Diego hotel room.
Meanwhile, the "Margin Call" actress has increasingly been making moves that position her from in front of the camera to behind it. In October, Moore made her directorial debut with the short film "Five," meant to promote breast cancer awareness, also on the Lifetime Network.