Robert De Niro Joins Michael Douglas In 'Last Vegas;' Joe Drake Brokering Offshore Deals At Cannes

CBS Films has formalized its deal for Robert De Niro to join Michael Douglas in Last Vegas, the Jon Turtletaub-directed comedy about four old friends who decide to throw a Las Vegas bachelor party for the only one among them who hasn’t married. Douglas plays the lifelong bachelor finally taking the plunge and De Niro plays his party-averse friend who reluctantly flies to Vegas to see his pals. Dan Fogelman wrote the script.

CBS Films is making the film with Good Universe, the new company that is launching its offshore sales operation at Cannes, headed by former Lionsgate executive Joe Drake. Laurence Mark and Amy Baer are producing and Good Universe’s Nathan Kahane and Nicole Brown are executive producers.

Drake and Kahane kick off their Cannes operations with Last Vegas and Oldboy, the Spike Lee-directed remake of the Chan-wook Park film. Josh Brolin stars.

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