Filming for "Last Vegas" Begins in Las Vegas and Aria Resort & Casino

"Last Vegas" starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Michael Kline"Last Vegas," a film which stars Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline, will be released on Dec. 20, 2013. This will be the first time that the four Hollywood icons, who have garnered a total of six Oscar wins and 14 nominations and accumulated over an estimated $16.6 billion at the worldwide box office, will appear together on the big screen.

CBS Films and Good Universe announced today that principal photography on the comedy "Last Vegas" has commenced in Las Vegas, Nevada and will continue to shoot in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to filming on the Las Vegas Strip, the cast will also shoot at Aria Resort & Casino.

Directed by Jon Turteltaub ("National Treasure," "While You Were Sleeping") from a screenplay by Dan Fogelman ("Crazy, Stupid, Love," "Tangled"), "Last Vegas" co-stars Oscar-winner Mary Steenburgen ("The Help"), Jerry Ferrara ("Think Like A Man"), Romany Malco ("Weeds") and Roger Bart ("Political Animals").

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. "Last Vegas" is being produced by Laurence Mark ("Julie & Julia," "Dreamgirls") and Amy BaerNathan Kahane and Lawrence Grey are serving as executive producers. Good Universe's Matt Leonetti is co-producing.

Executive Vice President of Production Maria Faillace and Creative Executive Alex Ginno are overseeing the project for CBS Films. Nicole Brown, Executive Vice President of Production, is overseeing the project for Good Universe which is also handling international sales.

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