Demi Moore says the commercial success of movies with women in the lead roles may finally convince Hollywood that actresses can be box office draws.

"These movies are simply good cinema in which women carry the leads," the actress told The Tennessean. "They're big at the box office, and that's the one thing that always get the attention of the people with money in Hollywood."Moore, 28, a star of last-year's box-office smash "Ghost," also co-produced "Mortal Thoughts," which has just been released and co-stars her off-screen husband, Bruce Willis.

She cited "Ghost" along with "Silence of the Lambs" featuring Jodie Foster and "Sleeping With the Enemy," starring Julia Roberts, as proof of women's ticket-selling power.