Julia Roberts is going back to work for the first time since becoming a mother. The 'Pretty Woman' actress is to star in a trio of films, including 'The Friday Night Knitting Club', in what will be her first live action role since giving birth to twins Phinnaeus and Hazel - her children with her cameraman husband Daniel Moder - in November 2004. 'The Friday Night Knitting Club' is based on an upcoming novel by Kate Jacobs about a single mother who runs a New York knitting shop where her regular customers gather once a week to discuss love, life and work. Roberts' production company Red Om will co-produce the film with Universal. The actress - who did voice a character in animated movie 'The Ant Bully'during her parental sabbatical - is also currently in Morocco shooting political drama 'Charlie Wilson's War', alongside Tom Hanks, and is rumored to be considering a role in new project 'Eat, Pray, Love'.

Julia Roberts is done resting