Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore may no longer be a Hollywood power couple, but both stars still have obligations in Hollywood.
Although they announced their plans to divorce on Thursday, both actors have professional business to attend to.
Kutcher, 33, is currently flexing his comedic chops – among other things – on his debut season of Two and a Half Men, on which he replaced Charlie Sheen.
He”ll also be making his return to the big screen Dec. 9 in the ensemble romantic-comedy New Year”s Eve, a follow-up to last year”s Valentine”s Day. His last film, No Strings Attached, which costarred Natalie Portman, was received with mixed reviews.
Moore, 49, just completed LOL, a star-studded comedy with Miley Cyrus and Ashley Greene set to arrive in theaters in 2012, according to the Internet Movie Database. Her upcoming drama Another Happy Day comes out Dec. 8, and last month, she stepped out without Kutcher for the premiere of the limited-released (and critically praised) Margin Call.
“She”s moving full force ahead in terms of work,” a source tells PEOPLE.
Moore also recently tried her hand behind the camera to direct a short film about breast cancer for Lifetime”s Five anthology.
“As a woman, a mother and a wife, there are certain values and vows that I hold sacred,” she said in a statement about her decision to divorce Kutcher after six years of marriage. Of their split, Kutcher added, “Marriage is one of the most difficult things in the world and unfortunately sometimes they fail.”