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Nov. 5, 2012by: Paul Shirey
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The new comedy LAST VEGAS, starring Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, and Kevin Kline began filming in Sin City this past weekend under the helm of director John Turteltaub (NATIONAL TREASURE).  The script for the geriatric HANGOVER is by Dan Fogelman (CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE) and co-stars Mary Steenburgen and Jerry Ferrera (Entourage).  The pic will film primarily in Las Vegas, but detour to Atlanta as well. 

Here's the cast:

Here's the synopsis:

The ensemble comedy follows four old friends who decide to throw a Las Vegas bachelor party for the only one of them who has remained single.

I suspect this will have hefty amounts of old man comedy and dramatic moments meshed together given the crew they've assembled for this.  It's kind of a perfect set up for a high concept comedy and I'm very curious to see if they play it more for laughs or old-man bromance. 

LAST VEGAS is slated to bring the Christmas cheer on December 20, 2013.

 

Extra Tidbit: This or Hangover 3?

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11:54AM on 11/05/2012
While there is probably a 65% chance I will skip this when it comes out, I must admit there's a curiosity quotient I can't deny. While this probably won't hail Robert De Niro's return to form, and the great Kevin Kline has been in some forgettable movies recently, in my opinion Michael Douglas has done more good lately than bad, and Morgan Freeman is undeniably awesome even when the movies he inhabits are steaming piles of crap. And of course the real attraction is going to be watching the
While there is probably a 65% chance I will skip this when it comes out, I must admit there's a curiosity quotient I can't deny. While this probably won't hail Robert De Niro's return to form, and the great Kevin Kline has been in some forgettable movies recently, in my opinion Michael Douglas has done more good lately than bad, and Morgan Freeman is undeniably awesome even when the movies he inhabits are steaming piles of crap. And of course the real attraction is going to be watching the likes of Douglas and De Niro play off each other.

I found Crazy, Stupid, Love quite enjoyable, though I credit it largely to the perfect casting and the Ficarra/Requa direction. Jon Turteltaub isn't quite on that level. But I still want to see what this could turn out to be.
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