What if "The Hangover" was about four 60-something friends heading to Las Vegas for a bachelor party weekend? It would probably look something like "Last Vegas," a new film that brings Oscar winners Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Kevin Kline and Morgan Freeman together onscreen for the first time.
"I had a great time making it, and that always worries me. It usually means the movie will bomb," Douglas, who plays a lifelong bachelor ready to settle down in the film, told New York magazine about "Last Vegas." During that interview, Douglas had gotten good news about how the film's test scores were apparently very high. “It’s hard to get excited, but I’ve been down so long, things are starting to look up," Douglas said, referencing his recent bout with cancer.
Adam Brooks and Dan Fogelman ("Crazy, Stupid, Love") wrote the "Last Vegas" script, while Jon Turteltaub will direct. Watch the "Last Vegas" trailer above. The film is out on Nov. 1.