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'Last Vegas' Trailer: All of Your Favorite Old Movie Stars Throw a Wild Party

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by Jacob Hall July 18, 2013 @ 1:25 PM
CBS Films
http://youtu.be/TvK3m0wJutI
What do you get when Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline journey to Las Vegas in a movie? If this were a few decades ago, they'd probably all double cross and kill each other. But today? They get to play old buddies having one last hurrah in a similar fashion to 'The Hangover.' Because the only thing funner than old, drunk people are old, drunk movie stars. Or at least that's what everyone involved with 'Last Vegas' thinks.

'Last Vegas' Trailer: It's Like 'The Hangover' With Old People

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by Jacob Hall May 16, 2013 @ 3:16 PM
CBS Films
Okay: that headline is unfair. The first 'Last Vegas' trailer isn't 'The Hangover' with old people...it's 'The Hangover' with four actors who were, once upon a time, some of the absolute best in the business. There was a time when when Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline headlining a movie would have been a major event. But what about now? The 'Last Vegas' trailer certainly thinks this is a big deal, but is it?

HBO's 'Behind the Candelabra' Trailer: Liberace's True Story Revealed

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 8, 2013 @ 9:45 AM
HBO
HBO may not have had the same fanfare that AMC did this weekend with the premiere of 'Mad Men' season 6, but we got at least one major reason to watch the pay-cable network apart from a new 'Game of Thrones' episode. The latest full trailer for Steven Soderbergh's Liberace biopic 'Behind the Candelabra' has hit, chronicling the famed relationship between the glamorous pianist (Michael Douglas) and his younger lover Scott Thorson (Matt Damon), but how does HBO's latest buzz-worthy film stand up?

Liberace Movie Deemed "Too Gay" for Hollywood...But Not for HBO

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by Nick Romano January 7, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
HBO
Remember when the first trailer for James Franco's 'Interior. Leather Bar.' hit? The film itself, which recreates the 40 minutes of footage excised from William Friedkin's gay S&M-focused thriller 'Cruising,' is in itself too provocative for the mainstreamers considering it's homosexual content. Even Franco stated sarcastically in the trailer, "Don't show gay sex... that's the f---ing devil!" Well, apparently another film has fallen into this category of being "too gay" for a big-screen wide release, and that's the Matt Damon- and Michael Douglas-starring Liberace biopic 'Behind the Candelabra.'

'Last Vegas' First Look: Production Begins on the Old-Timer "Bachelor Party" Flick

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by Eric Walkuski November 5, 2012 @ 12:00 PM
CBS Films
Here's a little somethin' for the ladies: a snapshot of four Oscar-winning senior citizens chillaxing in Las Vegas. Call it 'The Hang Over-60.' Get it? Okay, sorry, moving on.
As you can see, this is a photo of Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline on the set of their new comedy 'Last Vegas,' which we're informed has just commenced production in Sin City. Read on after the break for more details on the film!

Celebrate 'Fatal Attraction's' 25th Anniversary With the Alternate Ending You Never Saw

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by Nick Romano September 18, 2012 @ 10:50 AM
Paramount Pictures
'Fatal Attraction,' the classic flick starring Glenn Close as an obsessive woman who can't let go of her one-night stand with Michael Douglas, is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary -- and there's much to celebrate. Aside from turning "fatal attraction" into an overused phrase describing the same sort of warped relationship shown on screen, the film has presently grossed more than $320 million worldwide, was nominated for six Academy Awards and scarred the bejeezes out of unfaithful husbands everywhere.
But the question is, Would the film have been just as successful if the original version was released to theaters?

Mary Steenburgen Joins Star-Studded 'Last Vegas'

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by Jacob Hall August 12, 2012 @ 12:25 AM
FX
You can say one thing for sure about director Jon Turteltaub: the man sure knows how to build a cast. Just look at the list of names headlining the 'National Treasure' director's upcoming comedy 'Last Vegas': Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline. That's four Oscar winners. Actually, make it five: Mary Steenburgen has joined them.

Robert De Niro Joins 'Last Vegas,' Still Thinks He's Funny

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by Damon Houx May 10, 2012 @ 8:43 PM
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Robert De Niro has officially joined 'Last Vegas,' which would have him among four older gentleman traveling to the city of sin for a bachelor party. One imagines that hijinks and supposed hilarity will follow. Michael Douglas is already confirmed to play the bachelor, the other two gentlemen have yet to be cast.