Break out your Hawaiian shirts, it's time for old guys to take over Las Vegas. According to Deadline, Morgan Freeman is the latest to join the cast of Last Vegas, Jon Turteltaub's (National Treasure) comedy about a man (Michael Douglas) preparing to marry a woman half his age and his three childhood friends who accompany him to Las Vegas for a wild bachelor party.
Robert De Niro has already been cast as one of the friends, and Freeman is in negotiations to play another of the geriatric partiers. De Niro and Freeman can both do the whole "crazy eyes" thing pretty well when called upon, so I'm looking forward to them going into "Frank the Tank" mode and seeing how that's different from movies like The Hangover (which clearly inspired this project).
Crazy, Stupid, Love writer Dan Fogelman wrote the script, so I think it's safe to say we're in for something with a bit more personality than your standard Vegas film here. But the big question remains: who will play the fourth member of this elderly posse? Pacino, perhaps?
Who would you like to see join these guys for a wild bachelor party?