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    AFM UPDATE: Winterbottom's Drama Based on Amanda Knox Case, 'Face of an Angel,' Heads Into Production, Stars Beckinsale

    UPDATE: More news coming in from AFM. Production is set to begin next week on Michael Winterbottom's "The Face of an Angel," starring Kate Beckinsale, Daniel Bruhl ("Rush") and Cara Delevingne ("Kids in Love"). Adapted and fictionalized from Barbie Latza Nadeau's bestseller "Angel Face," on the Aman...

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    Nancy Meyers' 'The Intern' Revived With Robert De Niro & Reese Witherspoon

    When one door closes, another opens so the saying goes, particularly if you're famed writer/director Nancy Meyers. While a brewing project written by "The Spectacular Now" writers Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber will no longer have her services, a previous project she was brewing at Paramount bef...

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    Last Vegas

    Director Jon Turteltaub and screenwriter Dan Fogelman have upped their game here, with four gifted actors at their command.

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    Review: 'Last Vegas' Is Hellish Vision

    Jon Turteltaub’s “Last Vegas,” which won’t be the last of anything, is a visionary movie -- the vision being hellish. We’ve already been seeing the likes of it -- aging stars, packaged together for amalgamated throw-weight. And we’re going to see more of its comedic ilk as the Boomers slouch toward ...

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    Review: Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas Hash Out Their Differences In Generally Amusing Romp 'Last Vegas,' But What's the Point?

    For viewers with sophisticated taste, "Last Vegas" may invite derision for its premise alone: Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline as old buddies reunited in their senior years for a wild Las Vegas trip to celebrate one of their group's recent engagement? Feh. Yet the trut...

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    Savannah Review: 'Last Vegas' Starring Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman & Kevin Kline

    With "The Hangover" boys having seemingly exploited every debauchery laden avenue Las Vegas has to offer and then some, another party-happy movie set in the city might seem like a tired notion. Particularly when it's combined with a premise as wheezy and obvious as this, getting four older men toget...

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    WATCH: New Trailer for Old Men's Hangover 'Last Vegas,' Starring Douglas, De Niro, Freeman and Kline

    A new trailer for "Last Vegas," starring Morgan Freeman, recent Emmy winner Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline, has landed.

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    Watch: Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman & Kevin Kline Party In 4 Clips From 'Last Vegas'

    What happens when a bunch of old people discover Red Bull, hip hop and lithe young women? Well, we'll find out in the upcoming comedy "Last Vegas", which pits Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline and Morgan Freeman against Sin City. Frankly, we rather suppose we all lose in this one.

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    Robert De Niro Replaces James Gandolfini In HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    It's been something of an up and down ride for HBO's "Criminal Justice," with the network initially passing on the project earlier this year, only to revive it a few months later, reformatted into a "limited event series" (just call it a miniseries, guys). But with the sudden and sad passing of Jame...

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    Robert De Niro Will Take Over James Gandolfini's Part in the HBO Miniseries 'Criminal Justice'

    Before he passed away in June, James Gandolfini had been working on an HBO miniseries, based on a British show created by Peter Moffat, entitled "Criminal Justice." It would mark his return to the network with which his career has been so closely linked.

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