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Thursday 25 December 2014

Douglas at Last Vegas film premiere

Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Mary Steenburgen and Robert De Niro attend the NY premiere of Last Vegas
Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Mary Steenburgen and Robert De Niro attend the NY premiere of Last Vegas

Michael Douglas has attended the New York premiere of his new film, Last Vegas.

The Hollywood star, who recently hinted about reconciliation with estranged wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, was at the event with co-stars Morgan Freeman, Mary Steenburgen and Robert De Niro.

Directed by Jon Turteltaub, the film is the story of three sixty-something friends who throw a bachelor party in Vegas for their last remaining single pal.

Michael, 69, who stood with his arms around his co-stars, donned all black for the premiere .

He's next set to star in comedy drama And So It Goes with Diane Keaton, and thriller The Reach with Jeremy Irvine.

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